Design exhibition designjunction took place in London’s King’s Cross from 19-22 September, as part of the city-wide London Design Festival.

It showcased the latest cutting-edge furniture, lighting and accessories in the King’s Cross Design District.

The show was spread out across the recently redesigned Coal Drops Yard shopping complex, where a number of exhibitors hosted pop up shops and installations open to the public.

The main portion of the show, charging an admission fee, was set up close by in a large temporary structure.

There were also a series of keynotes and debates in the Everyman Cinema, positioned just around the corner.

More than 100 international design brands exhibited their products, and delegates from 71 countries were in attendance.

Director Mark Gordon says: “This year’s designjunction has been amazing, and it has been fantastic how the trade and public have both interacted with the show. Having a large proportion of our event in the public domain really captured the industry’s imagination, especially when we have activated unusual spaces such as the Kings Cross Light Tunnel.

“Couple this with our best ever line-up of brands in our Cubitt House pavilion, and first indications is that we have seen a significant increase in our trade audience.”