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Designers Block 2000 is this year showing at St Pancras Chambers, London N1. The show includes names such as British designers W2, Design Against Crime, Studiomama, Foundation 33, RCA graduates Studio Fusion, Tomato Interactive, Israeli designer Tal Gur, Finnish designer Timo Salli, the Norwegian collective Norway Says as well as surprise events by the Lomo London gallery. The exhibition is open from 5 until 8 October.

Twentytwentyone hosts Childsform. After the success of last year’s Childsply, the best of British design has been asked to design a range of models in foam which could eventually be manufactured in expanded polyurethane. All designs are for sale by sealed bid and proceeds will go to the Children’s Hope Foundation.

Venue: Twentytwentyone, 274 Upper Street, London N1. From 5 until 11 October.

Designers and curators Urban Strategies and furniture manufacturer SCP are presenting Candy: Who’s afraid of visual candy. On show are newly commissioned objects from nine artist and designers working across different media. Exhibitions include Electronic Wallpaper by Jason Bruges, an architect who sculpts with electronic light, Perspex Light by furniture designer Matthew Hilton and frozen objects by Sensation artist Jane Simpson.

Venue: SCP, 135-139 Curtain Road, London EC2. From 5 until 15 October.

Coexistence is hosting an exhibition for Artifort. The exhibition features pieces such as the Orange slice, the Oyster, the Globe, the Ribbon and Mushroom chairs by Pierre Paulin, Vega chairs by Jasper Morrison.

Venue: 288 Upper Street, London N1, from 5 until 27 October.

Twist at Christopher Farr is a collective show featuring new rugs from designers Precious McBane, Michael Sodeau, Michael Young, as well as Verner Panton’s Square rug. Designers will also show a piece of furniture to complement their work.

Venue Christopher Farr, 212 Westbourne Grove, London W11. From 5 until 21 October.

Tomato is launching its new range of products, including designs by Michael Sodeau.

Venue: Tomato, 29-35 Lexington Street, London W1.

Skandium is showing Ross Lovegrove’s latest range for the Finnish Hackman Tools range on the evening of 7 October. There will be food, drink and music as well as an installation by Finnish furniture design company Snowcrash.

Venue: Skandium, 72 Wigmore Street, London W1. From 6pm.

Contemporary Applied Art is hosting Woody, an exhibition of young furniture designers Shin and Tomoko Azumi, Barber Osgerby, El Ultimo Grito, Andrew Stafford, Simon Maidment, Alex Macdonald, Alexander Hellum, Carl Clerkin and Andrew Tye. Curated by Michael Marriott.

Venue: Contemporary Applied Arts, 2 Percy Street, London W1. Until 28 October.

Harrods Contemporary Gallery is hosting an exhibition unveiling the worldwide launch of Project Big Snake by Asplund. Designers who have worked on the project include Marc Newson, James Irvine, Jasper Morrison, Stefano Giovannoni, Peter Hallen, Ulus Telmen. On show will also be new products from Kundalini and Aqua.

Venue: Contemporary Gallery, Harrods, London SW1. From 4 until 7 October.

Outside 100% Design. Large-scale furniture that can’t be showed at 100% Design will appear at Viaduct. Furniture by designers such as Maarten Van Severen, Pallucco, Driade and Montis will be exhibited, as will new accessories created by Christian Ghion for XO.

Venue: Viaduct, 1-10 Summer’s Street, London EC1. From 5 until 8 October. n

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