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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


Kim Thomé on his 18m LDF installation at the V&A

How did your collaboration with Swarovski and London Design Festival (LDF) come about?Swarovski had given me some stock crystals to play around with. At that

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London Design Festival 2015 line-up announced

An upside-down, leaning electricity pylon in Greenwich and an immersive installation by David Adjaye at Somerset House will be among the highlights of this year’s


Review: All of This belongs to You at the V&A

The Victoria & Albert Museum’s (V&A) latest exhibition, All of This Belongs to You, turns the spotlight back on itself, questioning its role as a


V&A curator Rory Hyde on politics & architecture

Rory Hyde, curator of architecture and urbanism at the V&A, talks to onoffice about the role of public entities, and the politics of architecture and


Design stalwart Zeev Aram shares his wisdom

In 1964, Zeev Aram founded his design store Aram (to some controversy, because it was so uncompromisingly modern), but it remains to this day a


Top videos from London Design Festival 2014

 onoffice collates its favourite videos from this year’s London Design Festival   The Story of Eames Furniture Eames experts Marilyn and John Neuhart provide intriguing


David David’s carousel for the V&A tunnel

The tunnel entrance to the V&A has been transformed with a mural of bold, geometric shapes and bright colours, inspired by Islamic geometries and created


Candela for London Design Festival

A multidisciplinary team of three young designers have created an immersive, phosphorescent installation entitled Candela for this year’s London Design Festival. Housed in the V&A’s


Top designers mentor up-and-coming talent

Benchmark co-founder Terence Conran has brought together top figures from the design and architecture world, commissioning ten up-and-coming designers to produce items “they’ve always wanted



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