See the latest design trends at the 13th London Design Festival at venues across the capital. Leading the way in innovation, this festival celebrates the best creative talents with a range of exciting events and exhibitions.
More than 350 events and installations are staged by hundreds of different studios and individuals from around the world, covering a broad spectrum of design innovation.
London Design Festival 2015 Highlights
Ranging from exhibitions and seminars to shows and pop-up events, the London Design Festival programme makes full use of the many unique spaces across the capital, from world-famous museums to small local studios.
- ‘A Bullet from a Shooting Star’ by Alex Chinneck in the Greenwich Peninsula
- The Victoria and Albert Museum, hub of the London Design Festival, for numerous installations, events, talks and workshops, including Mexican architect Frida Escobedo’s Mexican Pavilion, which can be viewed all summer in the museum’s John Madejski Garden
- Renowned architect David Adjaye’s installation in Somerset House’s historic courtyard
Always highly original, design enthusiasts should brace themselves for some thought-provoking works in the most unexpected of places.