100% Design London

BuzziSpace launches the output of creative partnerships during the 100% Design exhibition in London. Starting with the surprising discovery of Studio FanFan to the transformation of the BuzziNordic collection with fabric expert Kvadrat. You can visit the BuzziSpace stand (W344) at 100% Design from 23 to 26 September for a closer look.

100% Design is the largest and longest running contemporary design event for industry professionals in the UK, with 28,534 visitors in 2014. For 2015, the show took over a new venue, moving up the road to Olympia London. Staged over 20,000m2 and across 2 floors of the venue, 100% Design is the commercial cornerstone event of the London Design Festival.


Exhibitors are always carefully selected, reflecting the show’s focus on design quality, innovation and relevance to the architecture and design community. Used as an influential platform, the show saw over 1,000 new products launched at the show in 2014.


BuzziSpace is, as always, also on hand and will be launching its restyled BuzziNordic collection. The wood is now painted in a bold colour. The company also partnered with the Danish fabric manufacturer Kvadrat for a series of brightly-coloured, sustainable, Memphis-style fabric. The partnership with Kvadrat marks the start of a long-term relationship between the two brands. It was love at first sight and this collaboration has a bright future ahead of it.


Also the spontaneous and unexpected partnership with Studio FanFan led to the creation of three new products: BuzziBibiche, a unique deer-shaped ice bucket; BuzziPoint, a flexible occasional table; and BuzziVirgule, a modular table, which can be adapted to suit the user’s wishes.


Besides this, BuzziSpace also partnered with Atelier Tradewinds to create an adaptable metal structure, combined with Sunbrella fabric to facilitate an outdoor working experience. This perfectly designed environment of the BuzziShed allows you to take your work outside.


The hotspots in London according to BuzziSpace?
Check here the Pinterest board with the best adresses in the city.