London Design Festival has arrived with full power, renowned interior designers, great installations, great projects, great collections, a place where you definitely want to be. Until 25th of September you can see over 400 events and installations that will be the highlight of the city these days. Of these events, we can point out some projects that you can’t miss.
It is described as a complete sensory experience of colour, texture, scent and sound. This long wooden tunnel has 34 metre and has the shape of a smile. Each end has a viewing platform, allowing light to wash across floor like water across a spillway.
Green Room at The V&A
With a six storey stairwell, the Green Room is a curtain of coloured strings that rotate to form a mesmerising wave of colour. Tim Simpson and Sarah Van Gameren, the authors, define it as a clock that will give everyone an interactive experience.
A creation of Asif Khan, a series of small forests environments filled with plants can be found around Shoreditch, as part of a project run by Mini Living, offering who passes by places to connect, create and relax.
It’s a great installation that takes the form of a 13-metre-long mirrored black box. Visitors can look inside through cracks in the surface of the box where you will be able to see atmospheric scenes from the novel Maddona in a Fur Coat using cinematic techniques, physical objects, text, light, and sound.
An installation, by the design entrepreneur Benjamin Hubert with collaboration of the great German brand Braun, to create an immersive installation with fifty thousand mirrors, located in the V&A’s Tapestry gallery.
French designer Mathieu Lehanneur has created a movement work, a huge piece of black marble sculpted with the purpose of representing the ocean’s movement.
A project by Perrier-Jouët is open for everyone as well as drinking a glass of Perrier-Jouët champagne in the lounge designed by Noe Duchaufour Lawrance. There are additionally many workshops, master classes and tours of the Bio-responsive Garden.
The London Design Festival and the V&A in collaboration with leading London-based designers have created a collection of great contemporary souvenirs celebrating the London Design Festival and the city of London.
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