LDF2019: 7 installations pushing design boundaries at Victoria & Albert Museum

Bamboo Ring by Kengo Kuma - Photo by Ed Reeve.

Robots on their way to intellective independence and weaved bamboo rings making the world a ‘lighter’ place… 7 installations pushing design boundaries at Victoria & Albert Museum!

LDF2019 leading trade destinations: the best of designunction, 100% Design, London Design Fair and Focus/19

LDF2019 leading trade destinations. Coal Drops Yard @ Kings Cross Design District - Photo via IG by @designjunction

A bioknit pavilion, a global journey in collectable design and natural materials promoting circular economy. What to see at London Design Festival, LDF2019 leading trade destinations.

7 must-see exhibitions at London Design Festival 2019

7 must-see exhibitions at London Design Festival 2019. CROSSOVER by Adorno - Photo by Tommy Frost

Explore galaxy-like formation of precious stones, discover micro-architectures for urban birds and insects and more. We have picked 7 must-see exhibitions at London Design Festival 2019.

8 designers’ installations at London Design Festival 2019

Please be Seated by Paul Cocksedge Studio - Photo by Mark Cocksedge.

From Tom Dixon’s multi sensory explorations to Lara Bohinc lunar showcase and urban interventions by Paul Cocksedge, Camille Walala and more. We have picked 8 designers’ installations at LDF2019.

Pinterest: inspirational design from LDF2019!

Non-Pavilion by Studio MICAT - Photo by Ed Reeve.
London Design Festival - LDF2019 Pinterest Board
London Design Festival – LDF2019 Pinterest Board.

London 2019 – We selected some of the best exhibitions and on show at London Design FestivalLDF2019. From Victoria & Albert installations by Sam Baron, Kengo Kuma and must see exhibitions across the city. Check our round ups including some of the best designers’ projects and product launches.

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And do not forget to check our report…

Non-Pavilion by Studio MICAT - Photo by Ed Reeve.
Disco Carbonara by Martino Gamper - Photo by @studiostagg
Martino Gamper’s installation @ Coal Drops Yard – Photo by @studiostagg.
Sea Things by Sam Jacob - Photo by Ed Reeve.
Sam Baron’s Installation @ V&A.
Walala Lounge by Camille Walala - © Andy Stagg Photography
Walala Lounge by Camille Walala – © Andy Stagg Photography.



Scholten & Baijings’ TIME FOR TEA installation celebrates sipping rituals through design

Scholten Baijings TIME FOR TEA installation @ Fortnum & Mason - Photo by Charles Emerson Courtesy of London Design Festival.

A Japanese exquisite tea set, soft green hues, subtle patterns and bespoke furniture. The TIME FOR TEA installation brings together crafts and design from across the globe, one sip at a time.

Up-and-coming designers from Uruguay debut at London Design Festival

Hilos Invisibles. AMERICANA by Rafael Antía with Matteo Fogale. Photo by Tali Kimelman.

The state of the art of design Made in Uruguay shone at the Aram Gallery. Matteo Fogale invited and teamed up with 7 design studio from the capital Montevideo to pay tribute to Modernist master Julio Vilamajó Echaniz blending the country’s traditional crafts, modernist heritage and contemporary vibe.

Kellenberger–White’s Alphabet chairs invite to sit, relax and spell out words

LDF 2018 - British Land Landmark Project Alphabet chairs by Kellenberger-White.

At London Design Festival, Kellenberger–White has designed Alphabet chairs, a playful set of multicoloured and typographic seats inspired by Bauhaus design as well as Bruno Munari’s series ‘Seeking Comfort in an Uncomfortable Chair’.

London Design Festival 2018: 5 multi-sensory design exhibitions @ Victoria & Albert Museum

LDF18: 5 multi-sensory design exhibitions @ Victoria & Albert Museum . MULTIPLY by Waugh Thistleton Architects - Photo by Andy Stagg.

A modular architectural pavilion and a multi-sensory design installation merging classical music with design… 5 exhibitions at Victoria & Albert Museum during London Design Festival 2018.

10 must-see exhibitions at London Design Festival 2018

Hilos Invisibles @ Aram Gallery - Photo by Emma Archer.

Uruguay’s cutting-edge design scene, a mind-powered airship and an exploration of how bigdata can help us to design better cities… 10 must-see design exhibitions at London Design Festival 2018.

8 London galleries and showrooms at LDF2017

Dermopoliesis by Matteo Cibic @ Seeds London - Photo by Damian Griffiths.

Crafted micro-organisms, voyeuristic interiors and nebulous patterns… Archipanic picked 8 London galleries and showrooms presenting intriguing exhibitions at LDF 2017.

7 exhibitions and installations celebrating the 100th anniversary of the birth of Ettore Sottsass

London Design Festival 2017 Landmark Project Villa Walala by Camille Walala supported by British Land. Photo by Andy Stagg.

MET Breuer in New York, Milan Triennale, London Design Festival and more… 7 tributes to Ettore Sottsass on his birth 100th anniversary.

8 must-see installations and exhibitions at DesignJunction 2017

DesignJunction 2017 - Photo by Archipanic.

Vibrant ceramic portals from Turkey and brutalist street furniture but also futuristic vehicles and super-thin chairs. Make sure to visit these 8 installations and exhibitions at DesignJunction 2017.

London Design Festival 2017: 6 brilliant exhibitions at Victoria & Albert Museum

LDF 2017 - Flynn Talbot @ Victoria & Albert Museum - Copyright Edmund Sumner.

From fluo reflections to eclectic stage designs and breathing chandeliers: 6 stunning exhibitions at Victoria & Albert Museum during London Design Festival 2017.

From Brexit to 2016 London Design Festival

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Brexodus and concerns, disillusion and the urgent need of a pragmatic get-together. Few months after the Brexit vote, we look into how British architecture and design industries are responding to the referendum results… Starting from London Design festival.

Walala in Da House by Aria showroom features Memphis inspired designs by emerging London talents

At London Design Festival 2015, Aria design-store presents Walala in Da House. Memphis-inpired designs and an 80s style installation by London emerging talents meet a proactive attitude that reacts to the city’s criticized way of pushing away its youngest creatives.