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Design UK Selection 2004, curated by Max Fraser, features 150 items by British design talents such as Ilse Crawford and Pureform (Tri stool pictured). Alongside the exhibition are three smaller shows – Young Swedish Design 2004, Stuff and Things (new products) and New Designers, showcasing 2004 UK graduates’ work.

Venue: Gainsborough Studios, Poole Street, London N1.

Mint’s exhibition, Print, will explore different printing techniques on various materials, including glass, fabric and Perspex. Alongside this exhibition is a selection of UK graduate and MA work.

Venue: Mint, 70 Wigmore Street, London W1.

Skandium specialises in classic and contemporary Scandinavian design and is showing a range of items by Finnish manufacturer Iittala.

Venue: Skandium/Marimekko, 86 Marylebone High Street, London W1.

The next generation of British product and furniture designers exhibits at Design Mart, giving you the chance to buy the work of new designers starting their career. (Flood, 2003 by Michael Cross and Julie Mathias pictured).

Venue: Design Museum, Shad Thames, London SE1.

New designs from Italian furniture manufacturers Minotti and Casamilano show at the European Design Centre showroom next to furniture from Arco, BPA, Inno and Segis.

Venue: European Design Centre, 77 Margaret Street, London W1.

Until 24 October, furniture, glass, ceramics, metalware and textiles by more than 80 Swedish designers feature at Designed in Sweden, a show divided into two parts and held jointly at the Museum of London and the Museum in Docklands.

Venue: Museum of London, London Wall, London EC2, and Museum in Docklands, 1 Warehouse, West India Quay, London E14.

Designersblock‘s usual array of young international designers features work, products and concepts from the UK, Canada, Korea, Sweden, Ireland and Japan. As part of it, The Scottish Show, supported by The Lighthouse in Glasgow, presents a select group of Scottish designers.

Venue: The Farmiloes Building, 28-36 St John Street, London EC1.

Vessel presents the continuation of its Salviati Meets London exhibition, marrying UK designers with the Italian art glass company. Future Systems, Ross Lovegrove and others will reveal their work.

Venue: Vessel, 114 Kensington Park Road, London W11.

Furniture Works‘ show launches consumer products inspired by the Eureka! project, bringing together British design and manufacturing talent.

Venue: Furniture Works, 41 Commercial Road, London E1.

Greener by Design exhibits new eco-friendly furniture made of materials such as recycled plastic, bamboo and biodegradable wool, raising awareness of Green issues within modern living.

Venue: Greener by Design, 1 Corbridge Crescent, London E2.

A collection of original 1930s furniture alongside newly manufactured pieces of older designs can be seen at Past Forward, which continues until 16 October.

Venue: Isokon Plus Shop, Turnham Green, Terrace Mews, London W4.

SCP is transforming Selfridges into a focal point of European design by bringing together a collection of domestic furniture by design stars such as Jasper Morrison, Marc Sadler and Terence Woodgate.

Venue: Selfridges, 400 Oxford Street, London W1.

Forever by Tord Boontje for Moroso is the continuation of Happy Ever After, presented at the Milan Furniture Show, and features the Dutch lighting designer’s exploration of juxtapositions of old and new, naturalism and technology.

Venue: Aram Store, 110 Drury Lane, London WC2.

Directional Italian brand Edra is staging an installation and window display at Selfridges, showcasing a selection of pieces, including designs from the Campana Brothers.

Venue: Selfridges, 400 Oxford Street, London W1.

The Godrich Design Collective exhibits products by a selection of its collective members, all of whom are UK-based designers. (Pictured, Tom Kirk’s chandelier, from the GS series.)

Venue: Godrich Design Collective, Studio 2a, Farm Lane Trading Centre, 101 Farm Lane, London SW6.

Viaduct has created a concept hotel in its Clerkenwell showroom featuring furniture by design stars including Philippe Starck, Marcel Wanders and Francesco Bettoni, for manufacturers such as Driade and MDF Italia. The exhibition continues until 2 October.

Venue: Viaduct, 1-10 Summers Street, London EC1.

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