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While it’s worth spending time at 100esign, don’t forget the sideshows. Like Milan, London has developed a network of showrooms that will form the “fringe” to the main event.

Contemporary furniture, lighting and accessories retailer, Aero will open its showroom until 9pm on 26 September. Venue: 96 Westbourne Grove, London W2 and 347-348 Kings Road, London SW3.

Work from Talisman, Spaced Out and Bowles and Linares shows from until 26 September at Exhibition Time at Browns Living. Venue: Browns, 23-27 South Molton Street, London W1.

Coexistence celebrates its 25th anniversary by marking the re-introduction of Jens Risom’s collection in conjunction with Knoll International on the 23-24 September. Venue: 288 Upper Street, London N1.

Showspace for exhibitions exploring design, fashion and popular culture Mission, will exhibit Island Club: a fusion of architecture and interior design from 24 September until 16 October. Venue: Mission, 45 Hereford Road, London W2.

Knee Deep, until 26 September, features a provocative collection of work from companies including Proctar-Fun, Finn Stone and Sponge Design and selected graduates from this year’s degree shows. Venue: Places and Spaces, 30 Old Town, Clapham, London SW4.

SCP will extend its showroom opening time until 9pm on 24 September. Venue: 135-139 Curtain Road, London EC2.

Contemporary furniture and accessories shop The Cube hosts an exhibition to launch the new Cube China range – Corbusier’s Monkey range showing until 30 September. Venue: 14 Holland Street, London W8.

Twentytwentyone host two events to co-oincide with 100% Design – Childsply features work from 15 designers who have designed furniture for children using a single sheet of plywood from 23-26 September. Designs manufactured by Windmill Furniture will show from 23-26 September. Venue: Twentytwentyone showrooms – Childsply: 274 Upper Street, London N1. Windmill Furniture: 18c River Street, London EC1.

Glass and ceramic tableware retailer, Vessel will host the exhibition Art & Alchemy – bespoke Nymphenburg until 12 November. Venue: 114 Kensington Park Road, London W11.

Design group Ally displays a variety of work by designers including CA1 and Chichi Cavalcanti until 27 September in its showroom and gallery space. Venue: 49 Lambs Conduit Street, London WC1.

The first collaborative collection between Simon Pengelly and Mark Gabbertas is showing at the The Concord Design Centre. The collection has been produced in association with Lloyd Loom and is on display until the end of October. Venue: The Concord Design Centre, Concord Lighting, 174 High Holborn, London WC1

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