PAD London 2018 is happening until 7 October at Berkeley Square W1, the place where the best of art and design will be together as the main attraction and celebrate the diversity that exists all over the world.
At the moment, London is the leading city when we talk about art and contemporary design. This design fair displays an impressive selection of 68 galleries from 12 countries showcasing luxury furniture pieces across design, art, antiquities, tribal art and unique collections of jewelry.
Inspiring a unique spirit of collecting, PAD London 2018 is a unique exhibition and combination of midcentury, antique and contemporary furniture and pieces are displayed revealing new talent and presenting the most recent projects of established talent offering a unique portfolio of creativity and craftsmanship.
Prominent international galleries from major cities across Europe, North America and Asia come together to offer an exceptional panorama of the most coveted and iconic works available on the market today. This design fair in London cultivates eclecticism, authenticity, and connoisseurship with passion and flair.
Today, Design Limited Edition selects the best galleries of contemporary furniture design from this year edition: PAD London is a place to discover and acquire pieces of museum quality with a distinct history.
Jaime Hayon at KREO
These playful wall lamps are by Spanish artist-designer Jaime Hayon. He studied industrial design in Madrid and Paris before joining Fabrica, the Benetton-funded design and communication academy in Italy in 1997 where he directed the design department until 2003. Today, he is one of the most acclaimed contemporary designers worldwide.
Ingrid Donat at Carpenters Workshop Gallery
Tribal, an exquisite bronze and leather bench will feature as part of Ingrid Donat’s solo exhibition on Carpenters Workshop Gallery’s stand at PAD London. The gallery gave Donat carte blanche of its booth, which she completely transformed into her vision of a home, creating a floor-to-ceiling ambiance, including a dining room and a lounge.
Presented exclusively at PAD London, this spectacular angular goldplated table will be one of the starring pieces on Garrido’s stand this year. The Madrid-based sibling designers Juan and Paloma Garrido, the children of the late renowned silversmith Damían Garrido, are known for their mastery of the medium and their blend of traditional silver working with bold geometric forms and daring contemporary designs.
HERVÉ VAN DER STRAETEN
Hervé Van der Straeten’s striking unique and limited edition creations have brought him international recognition. Since opening in 1999, his gallery in the Marais district of Paris features furniture, lighting, mirrors and objects and jewelry combining a radical freedom of expression with meticulous execution.
This collection of horn-marquetry tables with solid gouged brass legs and softly shaped table tops are offered in various heights, making it possible to transform a Japanese tea table into an elegant console, or an end-table into a gaming table. This format combines the strength and robustness of the materials with the meticulous refinement of their design. The natural qualities of the horn give the tables their wonderfully varied, glowing surfaces.
Galerie Alexandre Guillemain
Galerie Meubles et Lumieres
Herve van der Straeten Galerie