London Design Festival 2019 – Here’s What to Expect ⇒ London Design Festival‘s concept is to create an annual event that promotes the city’s creativity, drawing in the country’s greatest thinkers, practitioners, retailers and educators to deliver an unmissable celebration of design. In 2018, the Festival welcomed a record-breaking 588,200 individual visitors from over 75 countries. In 2019, LDF comes back with the promise to expand its purpose with special projects and fascinating events – it’s all happening until September 22.
First of all, there are several design districts across London where you will be able to discover remarkable exhibitions and insightful installations. From King’s Cross to Marylebone and from Shoreditch to Chelsea, London Design Festival always manages to make it intricate and thought-provoking. In what comes to events, make sure you don’t miss Rony Plesl‘s Sacred Geometry, Paul Cocksedge‘s Please Be Seated, Liz West‘s Iri-Descent, Rachel Ara‘s This Much I’m Worth or Jedd Novatt‘s Chaos Construction, among others. The full programme is here.
“London Design Festival is a fantastic event which brings together designers from across the globe and demonstrates the capital’s position as a powerhouse for the creative industries. London is known for its creativity and continues to attract the best companies and talent from around the world. I’m delighted to support London Design Festival, which shows that London is open to great ideas, innovation and people from all backgrounds.” – Sadiq Kahn, Mayor of London
Once you’re in London, and if you’re looking for an extra boost of inspiration, you should really visit Covet London – an intimate design experience attached to an authentic scenario, conceived with different collections of furniture, lighting and accessories. Get to know all about it here!