Posts tagged "london design festival"
Moleskine Detour exhibition

Moleskine Detour exhibition

Moleskine will be presenting the Detour project during this year’s London Design Festival. A selection of notebooks by some of the most well known contemporary designers working today will be displayed in different Moleskine stores across London: Covent Garden, Harrods, Old Street and Canary Wharf. Artists and designers include: BCXSY, Yves Béhar, Tord Boontje, Fernando...
The Library of Design at the Jasper Morrison shop

The Library of Design at the Jasper Morrison shop

For the duration of the London Design Festival the Jasper Morrison shop will be transformed into a library – where you can read Jasper Morrison’s collection of vintage design books. Starts on Monday September 16th.    
Enlightened Waste at London Design Festival

Enlightened Waste at London Design Festival

As part of the 2011 London Design festival, Marion Friedmann Gallery presents Enlightened Waste, the first UK exhibition to showcase the work of French-Mexican designer Thierry Jeannot and Austrian artist Gisela Stiegler. Both Thierry Jeannot  and Gisela Stiegler use waste packaging material to create enchanting light sculptures. The exhibition will be conceived as a magnificent...
Walter Raes at London Design Festival

Walter Raes at London Design Festival

Walter Raes will be exhibiting his new installation, ‘DUN ROAMIN’ at Oratory House, adjacent to the V&A museum in the heart of London Design Festival this September. Raes was born in Belgium, and though he has lived and worked in London for more than twenty years, he is steeped in the Belgian surrealist tradition. Walter Raes is...
The Business of Design Talks at London Design Festival

The Business of Design Talks at London Design Festival

London Design Festival soon kicks off and it has come to involve and engage London’s entire design community, everything from retail to design students. The festival contains exhibitions such as 100% Design, an exhibition that has struggled the last few years with its relevance in the design community, and Tent London that has become more...
Doom and hope in London

Doom and hope in London

Reuse is the word of the day. From recently finished London Fashion week we have seen a recycling tendency in fashion, and during London Design Festival the pattern once again is to find amongst the interiors. At Victoria & Albert Museum in Kensington I find the flagmen Campana brother´s well known trash aesthetics expressed through...