Festival Commission

15 — 23 Sept 2018

Digital, Multi-Disciplinary Design

Coal Office

Coal Drops Yard

Stable Street



Tom Dixon hosted ELECTROANALOGUE, a gathering of digital innovations in the Coal Office, the brand’s new HQ and flagship shop in King’s Cross.

In collaboration with friends and partners Bill Amberg Studio, Teenage Engineering, sound artist Yuri Suzuki, sound lab and bar Spiritland and Ege, ELECTROANALOGUE explored the realms of digital technology through a diverse range of events, installations and interventions. ELECTROANALOGUE stimulated the senses through experiences involving sight, sound and touch.Teenage Engineering transformed the last arch of the Coal Office into a 1970’s discotheque to launch their new OP-Z synthesizer. Electronic musician and designer Yuri Suzuki cut records in The Factory and introduced his latest innovations in the realms of sound. Leather artisans Bill Amberg Studio presented their new printed leather collaboration with Tom Dixon, Faye Toogood and Timorous Beasties, alongside US-based interior designers Alexandra Champalimaud and Natasha Baradaran. The Coal Office’s Gallery exhibited the hyperrealist collection for the first time to the public. Coal Drops Yard is the new shopping and lifestyle district in London’s King’s Cross. It opens its doors to the public on Friday 26 October 2018. Supported by Coal Drops Yard.