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This year 100% Design moves to new Earls Court 2, in West London. It will be 40 per cent larger than last year's event, with over 300 companies taking part. On this page we preview some of the designs that will be on show. To guarantee the quality of the products shown, all new exhibits have to be approved by an advisory panel which includes furniture designer Matthew Hilton and architect Keith Priest of Fletcher Priest. 100% Design runs from 24-27 September; members of the public are only admitted on the 27th. Telephone hotline is 01203 426 488/fax 495.

This three-piece wall hanging from Nortel is 100 per cent pure wool. Each piece measures 1.75m x 1.75mm. It was designed by Tracy Hillier, who makes limited editions and also works to commissions

Rocks is a decorative cork tile, part of the Outdoor Collection from Harvey Maria. It has a photographic laminate finish and is light, hard-wearing and water-resistant. Other items in the range are Seashore, Tropical Sea and Meadow

From Hitch Mylius comes the world launch of the oxo sofa system, originally designed by Nigel Coates for his Oyster House, winner of the Concept House competition and shown at this year's Ideal Home Show. The two chairs can be used alone or in a number of combinations

Concrete modular seating designed by Richard Dewhurst, a newcomer to the show, uses marine plywood and is suitable for indoor or outdoor use

Radiating Style, from a new collection of far-from-conventional radiators by Avant Garde, which is exhibiting at 100% Design for the first time

Spike - an imaginative new wall light, designed by Tom Kirk, who is also showing his Halo table light and a new floor light

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