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See How Furniture is Made
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If you are looking to give your home a bit of a makeover, then there won't be a better time to do it than during London Fashion Week. Between the 18th - 21st September, Designjunction will be showcasing some of the world's best furniture and lighting from over a hundred and fifty brands. The exhibition is being held at The Sorting Office on New Oxford Street, and has an exciting programme of activities, from seminars, tours, installations, and places to eat. It is the one stop spot for inspiration.

Find out how furniture is made in a series of interactive flash factories. You'll be able to watch the industrial process brought to life in live demonstrations as chairs are put together before your eyes.

There will be a range of installations to explore, such as the Dezeen and MINI Frontiers project, which sees six cutting edge young designers present their ideas for the future of cars and travel. Then there's Blackbody, whose sophisticated O-LED display reacts to your movements.

If you feel like exploring the outside world, then Tokyobikes will be running cycling tours; they will take you to showrooms, stores, and one-off installations.

Don't forget to join in the live auction for some unique products, with all the proceeds going towards Teddy's Wish, a charity researching the causes of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome.
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Why? Get inspiration for your home
When: 18th - 21st Sept
Phone: 44 (0) 203 735 5298
Where: The Sorting Office, New Oxford Street, London, WC1A 1BA
Cost: Free entry
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