1. Elemental coloured ceramics by Jack Doherty (made in porcelain)
2. Handmade ceramic vases by Tortus Copenhagen. Each are entirely 'unika' (Danish term to define craft objects that are entirely unique). Available from Flow Gallery in London.
3. Pendant lights in spalted beech and copper by Tamasine Osher
(love the knots and lines of the carved wood!)
4. I have seen prints of American artist Kai Samuels Davis online before but it was amazing to see a couple of his small original portraits close up at Tent.
I find his work very emotive and somewhat spell binding.
5. The Brink area of Tent (showcasing graduate design talent) was top of my list of must-sees. Katie from blog Confessions of a Design Geek has curated her pick of the best, including these unusual copper and marbled boxes by Brazillian designer Carolina Peraca (from Central St Martins). How I'd love one of these to house my earrings and chains. Luxe don't you think?
6. A cluster of handmade lights by aditi studios spoke out to me. His lights are each hand sculpted with a whole host of materials, including glass, paper, mud, steel, brass and iron.
7. 3D wallpaper is such an interesting concept to me, especially when it is done with the refinement of Sara from Seascape Curiosities, using pretty delicate layers of screen printed fabric.
Today marks the end of the London Design festival. I have to say it's been explosive. All hail #LDF13
Did you go to Tent London? What were your favourite bits? Let's compare notes...