at the fair – midcentury show east.

Midcentury Show East is a mid-century fair, featuring vintage furniture dealers and classics of British, American and Scandinavian twentieth-century design. I wrote about the midcentury show in St John’s Wood earlier this year, here.

This past Sunday was the east London event, held in Haggerston School, a building designed by major Modernist proponent, architect Erno Goldfinger in the mid 1960s, probably best known for his Brutalist-style Trellick Tower. Fifty dealers were represented, the hall and gym holding the majority with the rest meandering through corridors and secondary spaces. Stalwarts like Lovely & Co, Elliot and Tate, Saunders Fine Art, Vintage Unit, and new (to me, at least): Osi Modern (who style so beautifully), Pink Flamingos who specialise in Eames, and Bleu.

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Sadly I’m not in the market for furniture until our house-hunting is over, and we have space with which to furnish… sigh. Maybe by the time the Dulwich fair comes around in December…

7 thoughts on “at the fair – midcentury show east.

  1. Angele Lautier

    When you come to the Dulwich Fair, come and see my stand in Space 4 upstairs in the Contemporary Room called Feather Clocks. You might find something you like for your new house. Have a look at my website which is work in progress as more images will be uploaded very soon: http://www.featherclocks.com
    Good luck with the house-hunting!

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  2. interiornovice

    I was disappointed that I couldn’t go to this so I’m really happy that you wrote a post on it. It looked fab. Thank you. Good luck with your house hunting, exciting times 🙂 xD

    Reply
    1. owls house london. Post author

      thank you Doris, i hope it gave you the flavour of the show. house-hunting is exciting and most of all i can’t wait to have a new space to furnish 🙂 hope you had a super weekend.

      Reply
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