If you plan to vist the Milan Furniture Fair next month, step on to the Design London Pavilion for an exciting glimpse of work from new London-based designers and furniture companies. The Ptah Low Table (pictured) by Horace Walters of Asaru is one such debut, alongside Julian Mayor's futuristic fibreglass General Dynamic chair and quirky pieces from Transport for London's All Zones Project. The pavilion, the brainchild of Hidden Art in association with Creative London, will consist ...
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