Studio Vit and Ma/U Studio to exhibit at the London Design Festival

by Sophie Cullen on Jul 7, 2015 in Lifestyle
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Launching as part of the London Design Festival 2015, Viaduct presents White on White an exhibition of Scandinavian design from a new generation: Studio Vit and MA/U Studio

Known for its minimalism and seemingly effortless beauty, Scandinavian design has long been admired the world over. This year, as part of the Clerkenwell Design Quarter at the London Design Festival, Studio Vit from Sweden and MA/U Studio from Denmark will exhibit their works. White on White will be presented by Viaduct, the first furniture showroom in Clerkenwell.

Studio Vit will be showing their Cone Light collection which is based around a theme of opposites: cones and spheres. The spherical components are made from fine, hand-blown glass, while the cones are finished in matt white or mirror polished metal. These opposing forms play in stark contrast to each other, creating eye-stopping forms and visual features.


MA/U explores the synergy between spaces through their multi-functional furniture. The studio hopes to integrate home and office areas through their designs which include shelving, wardrobes, boxed storage and work stations.




Venue: Viaduct, 1-10 Summers Street, London EC1R 5BD

Date: 16 – 26 September, 2015

Opening Hours: 9.30am to 6pm Monday to Friday, 10.30am to 4pm Saturdays

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