London Design Festival 2018: Top Exhibitions at Mayfair Design District ⇒ Gathering interactive exhibitions from the best galleries, the Mayfair Design District now showcases how evolving and open it has become when it comes to contemporary and collectable design. Quality and craftsmanship are two of the main focus of this exceptional district that’s part of the London Design Festival 2018.
17-22 September 2018 | 45-47 Brook Street
Founded in 1989 in Paris, Galerie Patrick Seguin has brought the talents of French designs such as Jean Prouvé, Charlotte Perriand, Pierre Jeanneret, Le Corbusier and Jean Royère into the international spotlight.
15 & 15-23 September 2018 | 12 Grafton Street
Achille Salvagni is pleased to present Savanna, his new autumn exhibition inspired by the colours and textures of the African savanna. The show introduces a pair of new curved benches, reminiscent of sand dunes, and new chair designs which playfully evoke the animal kingdom.
15 & 17-22 September 2018 | 14A Hay Hill
Galerie Kreo presents VOLUMES by Konstantin Grcic, an alphabet of six distinct forms of referencing, without defining, their functions. The works are sculpted into solid Bleu de Savoie marble and are defined by a rough finish which highlights the inner paradox between the natural and the man-made.
15 & 17-22 September 2018 | 4 Albemarle Street London
‘En Plein Air’ (translated: Open-Air) refers to the special moment in art history, at the end of the 19th Century when painters decided to leave their studios to start painting in nature.
15-23 September 2018 | 2 Hay Hill London
To mark its 10th anniversary, Gallery FUMI is proud to present a special exhibition ‘Now and Then’, charting the trajectory of the gallery’s programme since its opening in 2008. A celebration of the gallery’s represented artists and designers, the exhibition will showcase a curated selection of key pieces created over the last 10 years.
15-23 September | 9 Conduit St London
Design research gallery Matter of Stuff returns to sketch with a new site-specific exhibit: “Blown Away”. Opening on Wednesday 5th September 2018, the exhibition presents six international designers each exploring, through their works, innovative ways of rendering light through handblown glass and how it diffuses, projects and reflects light around.