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Anglepoise at the Directors Cut – 100% Design, London, 22-25 Sept.

Anglepoise is pleased to be taking part in a special selection of brands at 100% Design this year called the Directors Cut, in a purpose built area in Earls Court. We shall be showcasing the exciting new LED product called the TypeC by our Design Director Kenneth Grange, who is currently featured in a retrospective show at the Design Museum in London.

What the organisers have said about the show ……….

British design at its finest will take centre stage at 100% Design this year within the Director’s Cut.

The Director’s Cut is being launched in response to overwhelming visitor demand. Overseen and curated by Julieann Humphryes, Head of Design for Yoo and non-executive chair of 100% Design, the Director’s Cut will showcase an exclusive selection of British design, adding to the sense of discovery that is so much a part of the show.

BarberOsgerby and their Tip Ton chair for Vitra will exemplify how designers are forging the way with precision technology and manufacturing. The Tip Ton chair is the first stacking, all-plastic chair with forward-tilt action.

Britain’s leading architect David Chipperfield presents Piana by KI which has filled a gap in the market for a folding chair, whilst Steelcase, working with design duo PearsonLloyd, show the intuitive cobi chair for collaborative working. Established & Sons will be showcasing Revolver. Designed by Leon Ramsmeier, this four-legged rotating barstool that integrates a ball bearing is ideal for socialising as it allows the user to rotate 360 degrees! East meets West is Michael Young’s latest collection for Trussardi giving a nod to the company’s 100 year heritage. Marc Krusin has created his eponymous seating range for Knoll and Britain’s most distinguished industrial designer Kenneth Grange has engineered a new light for Anglepoise. Also, Nigel Coates will be presenting his hm63 organic modular low seating for Hitch Mylius.


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