New Designers

Travel Information

New Designers takes place at the Business Design Centre, 52 Upper Street, London, N1 0QH.

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Public Transport

Angel Station:
5 minute walk
(Northern Line)

Highbury & Islington:
15 minute walk
(Victoria Line, National Rail, London Overground)

King’s Cross St Pancras:
10 minute walk
(Victoria, Circle, Northern, Hammersmith & City, Metropolitan Lines, National Rail, Eurostar)

Buses:
The following bus routes all stop near to the Business Design Centre on Upper Street:
19, 30, 73, 43, 38, 56, 341 and 476

Plan your journey with Transport for London

By Car

Visitors are strongly recommended to use public transport where possible as Upper Street and the surrounding roads are very busy shopping areas.

There is on-site parking at Upper Street Car Park (SatNav N1 0PW), for which it is recommended that you pre-book your space.

Parking at Upper Street Car Park:
– Outside the congestion zone
– Open 24/7
– All parking is under cover
– Fully covered by CCTV
– Has a car wash/valet facility on site
– Has Electric Vehicle charging points
– Free bicycle parking
– Motorcycle parking
– ParkMark registered
– Maximum Vehicle Height is 1.9m

Note there is a minimum stay period of 4 hours and a booking fee of £2.50 applies.

INSTAGRAM

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Are you a new creative business? Need help kick starting your design practice? Get involved in One Year In at New Designers 2020! ⁠

For all information on apply head to the One Year In page on our website.⁠

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Soap made from waste fats! Danielle Coffey is transforming household fats, oil and grease waste into soap! As part of our unusual material series we interviewed this innovative designer over on our blog. ⁠

Link is in our bio - check it out! ⁠

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Dust to Design!? We interviewed Lisa McLaughlin as part of our unusual material series over on our blog. ⁠

Lisa shared with us her innovated collection, soundproofing tiles designed from waste 'dust'. ⁠

'I like to create work that holds a balance between function and aesthetic which also pushes the boundaries of traditional textile practices demonstrating new ideas around material values.'⁠

Checkout the full interview over on our website! ⁠

@lisamclaughlin_design⁠

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Did you hear New Designers latest news? One Year In applications are now open! ⁠

Are you a new creative business? Need help kick starting your #design practice? Then get involved for 2020!⁠

Checkout all information on our OYI mentor-ship programme in our bio!⁠

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Applications for One Year In are now open!! What are you waiting for? ⁠

One Year In offers an opportunity to sell directly to collectors or consumers, a platform to promote and grow!⁠

Find out more from the link in our bio. ⁠

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Designer Benjamin Stanton looks to the fashion and textile industry to harness waste that is destined to end up in landfill. ⁠

@benjaminstantondesign ⁠

Have you read our most recent blog post on sustainable designers? The link is in our bio! ⁠

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