Today, Decor and Style brings you an article for you to explore a range of creative installations and events celebrating London’s vibrant design scene at the London Design Festival 2016.
London Design Festival 2016 has has been showcasing the work of designers, architects, artists and retailers since 2003. This year, more than 400 large-scale installations, exhibitions and events pop up in many unique spaces across London, from world-famous museums to small local studios.
Take a look at these images and surely you will decide what do to in London Design Festival 2016!
Architect Alison Brooks together with Arup designed 36m-long curved rectangular tube made from cross-laminated hardwood. When design meets engeneering beautiful things can happen like this structure!
Discover dRMM’s innovative approach to the construction of houses with the stacked-up Baboushka Boxes, located in Victoria Gardens near Notting Hill Gate Underground station.
Created by the parisian designer Perrier-Jouët, L’Eden is an immersive experience around a completely new vision of nature, creating unexpected contrast in the urban city of London.
Foil is an immersive installation location in the V&A’s Tapestry gallery. Join its creator, British design entrepreneur Benjamin Hubert, along with the design team from Braun, to hear more about the installation. Join V&A Space for a wide range of activities, from talks and workshops, to installations and exhibitions throughout the festival.
Don’t forget to visit London Design Festival 2016 to participate in diverse activities and appreciate what are the latest and the next trends in the design world!
SEE ALSO: INSPIRING DINING ROOM SETS BY TG STUDIO