Transport for London design collaborations for LDF 2016

Projects include a machine that prints tweets in the Johnston typeface plus lighting, cushions and furniture inspired by London Transport designs

TfL will launch a series of homeware products in collaboration with brands and designers    at designjunction 2016 as it celebrates ‘Metroland’ and its role in the suburban development of London’s housing stock. has a range of London Transport-inspired products including chairs upholstered in the Piccadilly Line fabric and lights referencing tube train designs

Finnish design house Vallila have cushions featuring London scenes and referencing the Tube map

And Loris&Livia have created a series of table mats inspired by the speckled flooring of London Underground carriages

Plus, for type fans, Florian Dussopt has created the Johnston Twitter Machine which will print out tweets using the TfL Johnston typeface for visitors to the TfL stand at designjunction

designjunction 2016 is at Granary Square, King’s Cross, London N1 from September 22 to 25

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