Portugese lighting brand Delightfull will be returning to 100% Design for 2013, strengthening this year’s lighting proposition with Delightfull’s elegant ranges.
The Amy lamp is a tribute to the late British singer and songwriter Amy Winehouse. Winehouse’s personality shines through in Delightfull’s attention to detail; the black symbolising her dark hair and gold plated stand representing the singers golden voice. The Amy comes as both a floor and table lamp.
One of Delightfull’s new ranges the Botti suspension lamp is an intricate brass piece plated in gold, much like a wind instrument where the designer got their inspiration. Don’t miss Delightful at 100% Design as they will be unveiling some more truly unique lamps.
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Newly launched this month, Ellie Curtis’ Forest Jig design will be available as cushion covers and lampshades from fabric manufacturer St Jude’s. Printed in the UK on an oyster linen union, the cushions will be available in 3 colour ways: ochre/blue, blue/rust and grey/pink. The lampshades are produced by Revill Revill and can be made to order.
ST_JUDS_1Ellie Curtis is an artist working with different forms of printmaking and illustration. She studied Graphic Design at Camberwell College of Art and Design.


Founded by Simon and Angie Lewin, St. Jude’s collaborates with an eclectic range of artists to create unique fabrics and wallpapers. Having launched with two of Angie’s designs in 2005, St Jude’s has become a thriving business, being named winners in the Elle Decoration British Design Awards in both 2011 and 2012.
Leading international design brand Vitra is planning something unusual for this year’s 100% Design. The company will use pioneering Augmented Reality technology, that mysteriously creates, life size, 3D renders of furniture designs that can’t be seen without the use of a smart phone or tablet.VITRA_2
Vitra, who will unveil a number of new designs using this technology is working with leading tech company Sayduck. The technology enables designers to be able to view Vitra products in any design setting. Their stand is a key focal point of this year’s event.
Meng is a new contemporary fashion and lifestyle brand producing luxury silk womenswear and homeware. Their collections are recognisable for their unique prints which incorporate artistic use of colour and intricate patterns.MENG
Each collection features hand-drawn illustrations in deep ocean blues and greens with striking bursts of oxblood, plum and cherry hues as well as seasonal shades. Meng see their fabrics as a canvas, with each illustration forming a striking picture. Evocative colour combinations are the key elements in the brand’s handwriting. This use of colour lends itself perfectly to home soft furnishings.