Make sure you are part of the 200 global breakthrough brands showcasing their innovations and gain direct access to an influential audience.

Returning to Kings Cross, 19-22 September, designjunction is the only trade and consumer event within London Design Festival that connects consumers and world leading architects and interior designers with high profile brands, facilitating meaningful interactions.

Register your interest in exhibiting with us below to receive the Sales Pack, and a member of our sales team will be in touch.

Our continued participation is due to the success and increased profile we achieved from last year. The event provided a centralised location to peruse latest designs and innovation.

designjunction Audience

Trade

Trade brands are located in Cubitt House, presenting furniture and lighting as well as home accessories pieces.

70% of total trade audience are architects & interior designers
75% of trade visitors are decision makers
64% source new products and brands
£745,000+ average individual spending budget


Top Attending Countries

1. UK
2. Italy
3. USA
4. France
5. Korea
6. Germany
7. Spain
8. China
9. Japan
10. Netherlands

91 Visiting countries in total

Consumer

Consumer brands are placed primarily in The Canopy, as well as Cubitt Park, presenting jewellery, ceramics, stationery and more.

30% of total audience are consumers
£50,000+ average earning of consumer visitors
32% attend to buy new products and find new brands
71% of consumer audience are architects and interior designers


Top Attending Company's

1. Foster & Partners
2. Zaha Hadid Architects
3. Conran & Partners
4. Dalziel & Pow
5. Anthropologie
6. Fortnum & Mason
7. John Lewis
8. The Office Group
9. Skandium
10. Harrods

 

The quality and quantity of visitors was second-to-none, providing us the opportunity to make valuable contacts

Where the Industry Meets

Cubitt House

Cubitt House is home to more than 100 international furniture and lighting brands. Leading furniture manufacturers and decorative lighting brands experience stunning views of King's Cross whilst doing business.

The Canopy

The Canopy is home to a curated mix of design-led products and high-end accessories to cutting-edge tech, jewellery, ceramics and stationary. It is a trade destination to meet retail buyers and interior designers.

Cubitt Park

Cubitt Park is the discovery area, presenting the latest cutting-edge design, materials, emerging brands and contemporary accessories alongside eateries, bars and installations.

Engage with an International Community

King's Cross has an inspiring cultural scene and thriving business community with close to 2,000 homes and 145 canal-side apartments. A combined audience of 30% international designjunction visitors, 40,000 daily footfalls, six underground lines with direct lines from Europe via Eurostar and the prestigious Central Saint Martins at its centre, the community working, living and travelling within King's Cross present a wealth of opportunities.

Brand Exposure

By becoming an exhibitor at designjunction, you benefit from a unique and notable reach including: targeted newsletters to 100,000 industry subscribers, partner promotions reaching 19 million and regular exposure to our social media network with a combined reach of 211,000. For more information on our PR & Marketing reach, get in touch with our sales team. 

Quality Connections

For eight years running, designjunction has attracted thousands of architects, interior designers, specifiers, retailers, buyers and consumers to its show doors, whilst hosting trade events that attract key associations such as RIBA and BIID. Each year our exhibitors make connections with these influencers in the design industry, creating partnerships made to last.

King's Cross Rejuvenation

A £2.5 billion regeneration has transformed the 67-acre site. The rich industrial history combined with
spectacular architecture makes Kings Cross the perfect backdrop for the design community to meet and share ideas during the Festival. The new shopping and restaurant district presents an even greater advantage with 12,000 professionals working in the area at companies including Google, Havas, Louis Vuitton, and Universal Music.