Design between Italy and England
Italy's Murano glass and England's London Design Festival are meeting in the British capital, but they're going to be in good company, since design brands from all over the world have been invited, too. From September 18th to 21st, 2014 Vistosi joins London's international design week, at the DesignJunction exhibition.
England's design trade fair
DesignJunction is the trade show presenting "the very best in furniture, lighting and product design from around the world". Indeed, it offers visitors the chance not only to purchase, but rather to discover what designers have got to offer.
First held in 2011, the well-established and newly born brands of last year's fair were 150, and more than 21.000 visitors came by. In 2013 the LightJunction trade fair was opened, too, in which Vistosi takes place in 2014. It's the exhibit's section dedicated to decorative lighting, where both beautiful and practical lighting elements take the stage.
The London Design Festival
Counting as one of the world's most important design events, since 2003 the London Design Festival has been a time when the whole city of London bursts with events, exhibitions and installation related to the world of design. Its goal is to turn this European capital in an international capital for design.
Design, as the festival's motto goes, is really everywhere: from the Victoria and Albert Museum, the festival's reference point, this year's more than 300 events will be scattered around six "design districts". In order to accurately choose what to visit, you can find all the necessary information on the websites of DesignJunction and of the London Design Festival.
Vistosi, too, is taking part in this year's international design show: the stand is the number F 24, located on the first floor of the Sorting Office, 21-31 New Oxford Street, in the heart of London. Vetreria Vistosi has been invited to join the show as an independent exhibitor and is going to display its modular lamps: Damasco, Diamante, Implode, Lacrima, Lio and Sissi.