Truman Brewery
17-20 September 2020

Our Pick of What to See at the London Design Festival 2019


Rony V&A

We look outside the London Design Fair to bring you our must see's from across the Festival. 

Biodesign Here Now #2
Back for another year, Biodesign explores the future of material, manufacturing, architecture and fashion. Featuring 70 experimental studios the program will feature the first open-access bio-lab and biomaterial lab in London. They are also hosting exhibitions, workshops and talks, with the opportunity to hear from emerging designers in this ever more important field.
19-21 September 
Old Laundry Yard
Shepherds Bush Market
W12 8EZ 

Camille Walala
Walala Lounge - Camille Walala returns to London Design Festival in a characteristically colourful manner. The French-born designer has been commissioned by Grosvenor Britain & Ireland to energise and enliven South Molton Street, with a bold and beautiful family of street furniture.
14-22 September 2019
South Molton Street

Edit 19
Launching classic and contemporary designs mixing material and process Edit 19 features new works by Michael Anastassiades, Barber Osgerby, Pierre Charpin, Ilse Crawford, Cecile Manz, Jasper Morrison, Shane Schneck and Phillipe Weisbecker, in context of historical designs by Herbert Hirche and Paul McCobb.
17-22 September 2019
18c River Street

Rony Plesl
Exhibiting as part UMPRUM at the London Design Fair 2018, Rony Plesl's sets his sights further West this September to the V&A. He will present a unique glass installation drawing inspiration from fire and wood – key components of glass making - and from the idea of Sacred Geometry, a universal language organising all visible and invisible reality according to basic geometrical principles.
14-22 September 2019
Victoria and Albert Museum
Medieval and Renaissance Galleries
Cromwell Road, Knightsbridge

Shoreditch Triangle
Fair neighbours and long-standing partners, the Shoreditch Design Triangle is a cultural event that celebrates the creative industry in East London. It was established in 2008 as a vehicle for the designers, companies and institutions situated in the East End to collaborate on the promotion of their activities during the London Design Festival and at other key periods in the year.
14-22 September 2019


The busy workers of Westminster are sure to welcome a new project which espouses wellness and design. Life Labyrinth is a giant geometric maze which has been designed to inspire positive thoughts. PATTERNITY, a London-based design studio who researches the effects of pattern on ways of living, has created a piece which aims to recenter the senses of visitors as they find their way to the installation's centre.
14-22 September 2019
Westminster Cathedral Piazza

Paul Cocksedge
British designer Paul Cocksedge is transforming Finsbury Avenue Square, Broadgate, with Landmark Project, Please Be Seated. Located in the heart of Broadgate – a diverse hub connecting innovation and finance – the project will be the most ambitious of British Land’s commissions to date. The large-scale installation, fuses innovation and technology, and responds to the changing rhythm of the community: its design features curves for people to sit on and walk under, further enhancing London's largest pedestrianised neighbourhood.
14-22 September 2019
Finsbury Avenue Square


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