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30 August 2011

Fine Cell Work "Love'in" Workshop

Fine Cell Work, Stitching Workshop, The Dock, Multiplex

As part of Multiplex at The Dock for London Design Festival, a stitching workshop is hosted by Fine Cell Work with Karl, an ex offender who spent time at HMP Bullingdon. They will be demonstrating some of the intricate skills that Fine Cell Work prisoners learn, participants will make their own pin cushion from upcycled and vintage fabrics. Thursday 22nd September 4-6pm Spaces are limited, to...

30 August 2011

Super Contemporary Exhibition, Taipei

Super Contemporary Design Museum

London Transport, a 1949 Bentley modified by Tom Dixon to run on battery power will be on show at The National Museum of Fine Arts in Taipei. Super Contemporary, a traveling exhibition curated by the Design Museum in London, takes past, present and future as its thematic structure to present the work of fifteen masters and future stars of London's design scene.  Super Contemporary Designed in...

25 August 2011

Designers in Residence at The Dock

Designers in Residence, London Design Festival, The Dock

Designers in Residence will be exhibiting in the White Gallery for Multiplex at The Dock for London Design Festival. A collective of Northumbria University alumni including Jonathan Aspinall, Deadgood Ltd, Neil Conley and James UK, will be showcasing their project Tools for Daily Life alongside current collections from the designers. Multiplex at The Dock19-25 September Portobello Dock344 Ladbroke...

16 August 2011

The Floating Cinema at The Dock

The Floating Cinema

From Wednesday 21st – Friday 23rd September, during London Design Festival, The Floating Cinema will be joining us for Multiplex at The Dock. The Floating Cinema is an extraordinary customised narrow boat moored on the Grand Union Canal hosting a vibrant programme of daily on-board screenings. Created by Hackney-based architecture practice Studio Weave and artist duo Somewhere for Portavilio...

16 August 2011

Flash Factory in Asia

Flash Factory on Tour

From 27th September a series of events with Tom will take place in Bangkok, Beijing, Seoul and Manila. Flash Factory shows the processes of industrial production and will be brought directly to the customer. A limited number of Etch products will be made and sold on site at each event to visiting customers.

15 August 2011

Aston Martin at The Dock

Aston Martin

British sports car manufacturer Aston Martin will create a dramatic trail of their latest model range, including the marque's luxury city car, the Cygnet, at the entrance to Multiplex at The Dock for this year's London Design Festival. Multiplex at The Dock hosted by Tom Dixon and sponsered by Derwent, is rapidly turning into an epicentre...

15 August 2011

New Lighting Launching at The Dock

Etch Light, New Collection

Launching at The Dock for London Design Festival, new lighting designs including Bulb, an energy efficient oversized light bulb with a quick start T5 dimmable bulb. The Void Light Mini is a development of Void, a series of pendant lights referencing the olympic games medals. The new Etch Light is digitally etched in brass and fitted with tiny efficient LED lights, the detailed pattern creates a ma...

12 August 2011

Multiplex at The Dock 19 - 25 September

Multiplex at The Dock Invite

 Set on an industrial waterside estate, The Dock, hosted by Tom Dixon and sponsored by Derwent London, is rapidly turning into an epicentre for design innovation. During London Design Festival 2011 visitors can expect indoor, outdoor, food and water-based ...

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