Recent products by BarberOsgerby, inside their studio on Charlotte Road

Left to Right - Tom Dixon holding his dog molly, Rosanna Orlandi and Simona Hasan, posing (standing) for a picture in a shop


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Tom Dixon gives us a personal tour of his new shop and all the rest at Portobello Dock. Pictured here with his dog Molly, Simon Hasan, Rossana Orlandi.

Exterior view of the dock photographed during the day


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The impressive exterior of the Dock, located in West London

A copper-plated bike hanging off the ceiling in a show room


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The copper-plated bike, a collaboration between Tom Dixon and Brompton Bikes, is currently a prototype but awaiting production

A man in bike shop working on assembling a bike together.


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Brompton Bike engineers assemble the bikes on site

Limited edition copper bike helmets on display (side view) next to a window


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One of two limited edition copper bike helmets by Tom Dixon and Les Ateliers Ruby

A woman sitting down crossed legs at the design display section for Danish tile company Made a Mano


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Danish tile company Made a Mano are among the international brands selected by Dixon to show at the Dock

6 people sitting on an orange park bench in a restaurant wearing a white rob with the text Factory worker on the back


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Flash Factory staff hard at work constructing Tom Dixon Etch lights

A Black house installation to display products by Sort of Coal, with an orange peg coat stand and bicycle next to it


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A charcoal house installation by Sort Of Coal stands next to Tom Dixon’s Peg coat stand, and his suitably matching personal bike

Display of products by Sort of Coal on 2 level wooden shelves


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Sort of Coal takes the ancient Japanese tradition of using White Charcoal to purify water, air and the body - so by enriching daily life

Stacks of cubes in white packaging on a wooden table photographed against a wooden background


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Kuro Cubes by Sort Of Coal, used for deodorizing your fridge

Two clear glass bottles filled with water and a block of charcoal. Photographed on a black round tray placed on a brown wooden surface


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The Japanese charcoal used for purifying water

Workers sitting in a restaurant discussing

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The hugely popular Dock kitchen

A view of the kitchen in the Dock restaurant

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The kitchen at the Dock

Two men in blue overralls in a work area, working on the installation of a big round metal object

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Paul Cocksedge’s Size + Matter is installed

Men working on a big round metal installation to have it magnetised


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Conceived as an oversized coin that has 'fallen to the Earth from a giant's palm', 'Drop' is magnetised to encourage passers by to affix their spare change to it

Two kids placing coins on the large magnetic installation. Photographed at dusk

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Eventually it will become copperised by coins donated by the public, and when its short residency is up, the money will go to Bernardos

Upclose image of the magnetic installation showing multiple copper coins placed on it

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The Size + Matter installation will be in place until 17th October

Artistc display of shoes hanging and on the floor

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An installation at Tracey Neuls on Marylebone Lane by the shoe designer, in conjunction with stylist (and Wallpaper* contributor) Nicola Yeomans. The playful, graphic piece of art draws on the pair’s childhood memories

Black wooden pieces on display in a room with white walls

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Okay Studio and friends. Jorres van Ast’s collection is called ‘The Wood Connection’ - and is a series of prototypes exploring new ways of joining wood. The pieces are all easily assembled with snap-to fittings. Photograph by Katrin Greiling

high stools on display in a store by the clear glass panel with 2 men sitting by the window outside the store

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Roger Arquer’s ‘Sputnik’, ‘Stack’ and ‘Cendrillo’ stools – short term seats ideal for brief visits. Each one explores a different aspect of materials, process and structure. Photograph by Katrin Greiling

high stools on display in a store by the clear glass panel with a man sitting by the window outside the store

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More of Arquer’s stools. Photograph by Katrin Greiling

two legged wooden stooll photographed on a concrete ground with a brick wall and heating panel in the background

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Mathias Hahn’s chunky joinery celebrates the pleasure of simple, beautifully made, homely design. Photograph by Katrin Greiling

Wooden structures on display in a room with conrete flooring and reflective windows

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Every visitor leaves a mark on Ed Swan’s Mark Maker table, the top of which is made up of fifty different coloured layers of paint. Visitors to the exhibition are encouraged to use it, and at the end of the week a clear layer of laquer will be applied, sealing the scars from the show.

Round three-legged tables in ash, powder coated steel and plywood on display photographer with brick concrete walls in the background


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Tomas Alonso’s ‘A side tables’ are a collection of tables in ash, powder coated steel and plywood that can be folded flat in seconds – handy for contemporary nomads inhabiting small spaces in big cities. Photograph by Katrin Greiling

36 Colourful chairs on display

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The Pick A Colour show, at Modus.

36 PLC chairs designed by Pearson Lloyd have been upholstered in Divinia fabric by Kvadrat. Each chair is to be auctioned off through sealed bids. Photograph by Katrin Greiling

White shoe moulds hanging from a white ceiling


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Smashing through the table, from ceiling to floor, is the latest collection by Neuls

Chairs against a white wall on a corridor facing a frosted glass panel

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The V&A is this year acting as the ‘gateway to the festival’. The entrance on Exhibition Road, designed by Retrouvius, is the main information point for visitors and press alike.

Bench-like objects on display in a room with tall windows, concrete floor and grey walls

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Our very own editor at large Suzanne Trocmé has curated the Spaces in the Sackler Centre, which hosts an extensive programme of seminars, talks and special events.

A view of a staircase from the bottom to the top featuring a colourful marble design


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The grand marble staircase leading to the Architectural galleries has been transformed by artist, designer and W* favourite Stuart Haygarth. Working with framing company John Jones, he has raided their bespoke frame mouldings to create this colourful cascade installation

Wooden table and chair with men's clothes folded on the table against a black background


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Another Country's Contemporary Craft Furniture exhibition at Oliver Spencer on Lambs Conduit Street

Three 3-legged wooden stools (left to right - black, red and brown) displayed on a black floating shelf photographed against black wall.


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The benches and stools make up Series One - Another Country's first furniture collection

Decorative tableware - plates, jugs, mugs and bowls - on display. photographed on a white surface, with descriptive tags placed next to them.


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Tableware at the 'Midwinter Modernist: the iconic designs of Jessie Tait' exhibition at Bulthaup Clerkenwell

Decorative tableware - plates, jugs, mugs and bowls with silver cutleries on display. photographed on a brown wood surface


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Jessie Tait died in January, leaving behind a rich legacy of tableware, including the Midwinter Pottery collection - a midcentury classic

Green and white tableware - Plates, mugs, saucers, bowls and jugs - featuring hand-painted sports, stripe and textured patterns. Photographed on a brown wooden surface


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Her 1950s designs included organic shapes and hand-painted spot, stripe and textured patterns

A collage of floral prints

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A selection of designs by Jessie Tait

Exterior view of the front of the Wenlock Arms pub. Photographed are night with preople standing outside on the pavement

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Established & Sons have taken up residence at The Wenlock Arms, acting as the pub's landlords for one week only and renaming it 'The Established & Sons'. Photograph by Katrin Greiling

Upclose image of the pub entrance door with the text "The Established & Sons Public House" written on the glass section

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For their stint as pub landlords, they have renamed it 'The Established & Sons'. Photograph by Katrin Greiling

Interior of the pub with focus on people sitting on stools at the bar


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Inside the pub on Wenlock Road is a selection of the brand's furniture. Photograph by Katrin Greiling

A hook-like pole light sitting on the surface of the pub bar.


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The 'Pole Light' by Paul Cocksedge lights up the bar. Photograph by Katrin Greiling

A door mat at a door with 2 folded bicycles placed on the right


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Inside the Established & Sons. Photograph by Katrin Greiling

A view of the pub bard with people around the bar and a man about to lift a yellow bar stool

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A local prepares to perch on a 'Heidi Stool' by Sebastien Wrong for Established & Sons. Photograph by Katrin Greiling

The interior of a restaurant with a dim light ambience and people sitting at their tables . photographed from above

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The packed pop-up Finnish restaurant, Hel Yes, also on Wenlock Road. Photograph by Katrin Greiling

Colourful designed curtains hanging on the side of a staircase

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Kvadrat has just unveiled Cristian Zuzunaga's new curtain collection, which consists of three designs - Skyline, Cityscape and Dawn - inspired by his experiences of cities such as Shanghai, New York and Tokyo. Photograph by Katrin Greiling

Left: Colourfully designed curtain hanging against a black background. Right: Colourful pillow cushions hanging from the ceiling with a glass window in the background

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The collection also features modernist influences from designers, such as Saul Bass. Photograph by Katrin Greiling

Concrete staircase with glass and metal detail on the banister

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The new collection at Kvadrat. Photograph by Katrin Greiling

Two ladies standing behind a display unit in the store featuring monochrome interiors and accessories on display

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Darkroom, our favourite new concept store in Lambs Conduit Street, has just launched its new collection of monochrome interior and fashion accessories. Photograph by Katrin Greiling

The interior of a store featuring monochrome interior designs and long glass panels

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The store's festival exhibition is dedicated to its London-based designers. Photograph by Katrin Greiling

Upclose display of items displayed on a black shelving unit in a store.


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These are presented alongside other Darkroom-designed products. Photograph by Katrin Greiling

White and black ceramic bowls nd plates on display, photographed against a black background on a black surface

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Ceramics at Darkroom. Photograph by Katrin Greiling

Black beaded necklace on display with a zebra print fabric hanging behind. Photographeds against a black background

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African-inspired jewellery and wallhangings at Darkroom. Photograph by Katrin Greiling

Upclose image of a cream coloured ceramic candle holder, in a room with monochrome interior designs

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An amorphous ceramic candleholder at Darkroom. Photograph by Katrin Greiling

Wooden boxes displayed on left white walls in a room with two black vase-like objects on display stand

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The Norwegian Prototypes exhibition features beautiful designs, including wall boxes by Amy Hunting and side storage by Thomas Jenkins. Photograph by Katrin Greiling

Wooden boxes displayed on left white walls in a room

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The one prerequisite of the show was that all designs on show must fit into a suitcase. Photograph by Katrin Greiling

A pair of table lamps (white and blue) photographed against a white background


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A pair of lamps by Andreas Engesvik. Photograph by Katrin Greiling

Infinity effect mirror photographed against a white background


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Daniel Rybakken has produced an infinity effect mirror for the show. Photograph by Katrin Greiling

An open interior space, with a white wall featuring black text and a textile and metal shelf on a white box stand.

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Each of 2009's exhibitors were invited back and asked to select one other designer to exhibit. The choice few include Sara Polmar, Tom Jenkins and Frost Produkt. Photograph by Katrin Greiling

Red brick walls on the right with brown paclage boxes resting against the wall on a wooden floor.

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The rawness of the work challenges the traditional perception that Norwegian design is characterised by clean and functional lines. Photograph by Katrin Greiling

Wooden pieces placed around the room. Wooden box shelf on the white wall. Wooden box shelf with four red legs in the right corner of the room on wooden floor.

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Some pieces on show are complete while others are works-in-progress. Visitors can also expect to see short films by Tomas Leach in collaboration with 'Little Scraps of Paper'. Photograph by Katrin Greiling

Multiple furniture items on display in a gallery . On the left of the image is the text 'Tomoko Azumi objective' written in black on a white wall

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Tomoko Azumi's 'Objective' show at Rocket Gallery marks the designer's first gallery exhibition of her furniture. Photograph by Katrin Greiling