The London Design Festival is an annual event held to celebrate and promote London as the design capital of the world. It is also a wonderful opportunity for the international creative community to showcase their design projects. Established in 2003, the London Design Festival runs for ten days in September every year. It is certainly one of the largest and most innovative design events in the world.
This year, the London Design Festival ran from 19 to 27 September. Over 350 events and installations have been offered to the public in a dozens of different locations across the city.
Last weekend, I created my own pathway through the London Design Festival; from the Victoria and Albert Museum to Covent Garden, my journey was inspiring!
Discover a little bit of this amazing event with some photos of the exhibitions I saw:
By mischer’traxler and Champagne House Perrier-Jouët
Victoria and Albert Museum
As the world’s largest museum of decorative arts and design, the V&A is a perfect place to start your day and to pick up information on the festival.
By Create Culture
Studio Egret West
By Charles Pétillon
Click here to watch a great video on this installation!
Most of the events at the London Design Festival are free to attend, so make a note in your calendar for 2016!
Thank you LDF15 and see you next year!