Posts tagged 'London Design Festival'

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Design London announces new venue for London Design Festival 2020

Design trade fair Design London – formerly known as 100% Design – has announced its move to Magazine London, a new venue in Greenwich, for

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The designers trying to make guilt-free plastic products

The idea of guilt in conjunction with single-use plastics is an easy one to grasp. A huge rise in public awareness of the plastic problem

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Inside OnOffice October: The London Design Festival Issue

As London gears up for another whirl of events and flurry of celebrations at London Design Festival (14-22 September), the capital is bursting with creative

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Camille Walala at London Design Festival 2019

Camille Walala is turning South Molton Street into a lounge for locals at London Design Festival 2019. Here, she talks to OnOffice about her project

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Artificial intelligence and robotics come to London Design Festival

Sony Design explains how its Affinity in Autonomy exhibit at this year’s London Design Festival explores our developing interaction with robotic design. OnOffice: What is

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A sneak preview of 100% Design 2019

As 100% Design gears up for its 25th anniversary during London Design Festival, from 18 – 21 September 2019, OnOffice joined the celebration early to uncover this

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LDF: All roads lead to London

On 15-23 September, London Design Festival returns for its 16th year with a series of installations, talks, exhibitions and product launches throughout the city. Here’s

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Design ABC with Kellenberg-White

Design practice Kellenberger-White’s functional outdoor seating Alphabet is set to be one of the hits of this year’s London Design Festival, with the brightly coloured aluminium lettering

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Inside OnOffice October: the London Design Festival issue

It seems like it was only yesterday that we were treading the cobbled streets of Clerkenwell, getting our post-Milan design fix, but it’s already September

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Yinka Ilori’s Estate Playground will open to public at Royal Albert Wharf

Estate Playground, designer Yinka Ilori’s grown-up jungle gym, has been donated to the Bow Arts charity and will be open to the public. After a

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