London Design Festival
London Design Festival 2018
London Design Festival and London Design Bienelle have arrived and London has been decorated with numerous pieces of thought provoking, interesting pieces. Controversial decisions have been made – such as Plastic being named the “2018 Material of the Year” – with an interesting theme of creating design which evokes social responsibility and eco-conscious mindsets.
As you travel through London this week, make sure you checkout our key players for the 2018 Festival.
Starting in Trafalgar Square, you’ll find ES Devlin’s Feed The Lion:
Following Trafalgar Square, make your way to Somerset House, a hub of the festival. Here you’ll find many pieces, but in particular Latvia’s submission to the Bienelle – Matter to Matter by Arthur Analts.
Before your final stop at the V&A museum, stroll along the South Bank, where you’ll see multiple pieces such as Stephanie Chaltiel’s Mud Shell and Lisa White’s “Gateway to Inclusion.”
Your final destination should be the V&A museum, another hub of the Design Festival, there’s sure to be a piece that catches your attention. Key installations not to be missed are Henrik Vibskov’s “The Onion Farm” in the Tapestries Galleries, and Waugh Thistleton’s “MultiPly” based in the new Sackler Courtyard.