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Arclinea and B&B Italia at the London Design Festival 2017

SEEN keenly anticipates this year’s London Design Festival, taking place from 16th – 24th September. Not least because B&B Italia will launch their partnership with Arclinea high-end designer kitchens. The brand will also celebrate the UK debut of its 2017 collections, including the 20th anniversary edition of the iconic Charles seating system; all to be revealed with a new look for its B&B Italia London store on Brompton Road.

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Visionary Crazy Golf in Trafalgar Square

On the 25th of April, The London Design Festival launched a Kickstarter campaign to bring Visionary Crazy Golf to London’s Trafalgar Square. From 16th – 22nd September 2016, coinciding with the Festival itself, a fun, free and futuristic Crazy Golf course will fill Trafalgar Square with Pop Art colours and avant-garde forms with holes by nine distinguished designers, including Paul Smith, the late Zaha Hadid, Mark Wallinger, and Tom Dixon.

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W152 Busby

This is not a story about gadgetry (regardless of technical achievements), but rather an affirmation about how we live – that wherever light is supplied, power is often also required to charge our burgeoning electronic devices.

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Hotaru Lanterns

The Hotaru lighting collection is produced in handmade mulberry bark washi paper and its frame in locally harvested bamboo. Each lantern is crafted using the original techniques employed by Ozeki Co. Ltd.

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In keeping with the transformation and splendour of St Pancras, SPC has created a new collection of beautiful high-end artwork, leather items, accessories, and homewares for the discerning collector and visitor to the city alike, who are keen to take home an iconic item to remind them of their stay in this historic part of London

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What is sketch? Is it a historic architectural example of a Georgian townhouse in the London’s exclusive Mayfair district? Is it a sophisticated and luxurious Michelin-starred food temple?