Blog — Shoreditch Design Triangle
The Shoreditch Design Triangle is a cultural event that celebrates the creative industry in East London.
It was established in 2008 as a vehicle for the designers, companies and institutions situated in the East End to collaborate on the promotion of their activities during the London Design Festival and at other key periods in the year, such as Christmas and Easter.
It is a true celebration of the East End, hosted by the creative companies who work here. Blending together product launches, exhibitions, installations, workshops, talks, tours and culinary delights — the event gives visitors the opportunity to spend the day wandering around the East End on foot and still not see everything there is to see.
2019 — Stereoscopic Phase Works
A one hour Exhibition of Stereoscopic Phase Works. Daniel Eatock will exhibit 60 artworks for one minute each. Malcolm Goldie will provide a unique sound piece for each exhibit.
2018 — Love & Hate
The Graphic Design highlight of Shoreditch Design Triangle 2018 was the Love & Hate Poster Workshop, a live poster design event involving 24 of London’s leading Graphic Design practitioners.
Taking place over the four days 17–20 September, the Workshop featured four designers from various studios in each session—creating posters that respond to prepared subject matter through the prism of Love or Hate. The public were invited in to watch, interact and comment.
The event culminated in an exhibition of all posters created, with all money raised going to the charity Love Music, Hate Racism
2017 — Melk-i
We visited the studio and workshop of furniture designer Georg Muehlmann where we discovered the Melk-i stool.