PAD subtly reinvents itself for the London edition

PAD subtly reinvents itself for the London edition

As PAD returns to London for its 21st edition, the unique concoction of contemporary and Mid-century design, antiques, art and precious objects still feels fresh and inspiring. From a new invasion of Italian participants (Rossana Orlandi and Dimore Gallery joined the ranks for the first time), to an impressive influx of young talent from different disciplines (including Korean designer Wonmin Park and jeweller-turned-designer Lara Bohinc), explore all the highlights below...

Rose Uniacke

Winner of this year’s Pad Prize, the British interior designer staged an intimate and domestic booth, which included woven artworks by Peter Collingwood and a jazz-age chess table

Rose Uniacke

Works on display also featured a set of armchairs by French designer Mathieu Matégot

Hervé Van Der Straeten

The French designer’s booth inlcuded this asymmetrical marble console

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