Lightjunction returns to Designjunction, which will take place September 22 to 25 as part of the annual London Design Festival. This year’s festival will follow the theme “Immersed in Design” at its new, long-term home at King’s Cross. Lightjunction will be hosted within Cubitt House.
Lighting fixtures from RUBN (left) and LUUM (right).
Lightjunction is devoted to contemporary and decorative high-end lighting. Some of the exhibitors will include Brokis, RUBN, BlackBody, LUUM and Tala. Cameron Peters Fine Lighting will be launching a new collection, and Vita Copenhagen will join the show for the first time.
Cubitt House will host the entire trade show for the event, which includes over 70 accessory and furniture brands. The space was designed by Satellite Architects and Icons of Denmark, and its facade, made with 4,000 modular GRID cubes, was created by Peter J. Lassen. It will be the largest GRID design in the world.
A design rendering for Cubitt House. Copyright Satellite Architects.
“The facade is intended to reflect the temporary nature of Designjunction as an exhibition, and the developing surroundings, combining the natural and artificial elements,” Stewart Dodd, Satellite Architects founding director, said in a statement.