A round-up from London Design Festival 2015

A round-up from London Design Festival 2015

From the flagship shows such as Tent London, DesignJunction, 100% Design, Focus and Decorex, to the huge statement installations, design districts and one-off pop-up events. At just over a week, LDF consumes the world’s interiors community, with displays designed to shock, inspire and amazing. To question everything you thought you knew about design. 2015 did not disappoint. 

With so much to see, we have curated an overview of our favourite bits.

Making a statement.

From the absurd to the down-right detailed, the main features of this year’s festival took the shape of an inverted pylon, a tower made up of tiny London shop front replicas, an experimental tour of the V&A and more…

A bullet from a shooting star

The Cloakroom

The Tower of Babel

So What's Trending?

With far too much on offer, it’s impossible to visit each and every corner of the each and every design fair - to simplify our visit, we have pulled our favourite elements into three key trends:

Go Bold With Pattern

Create a Nordic Dream with Scandi Luxe

Work With Nature

With London’s design scene returning to calm, we can’t help but buzz with excitement for next season’s collection; with lots up our sleeves you won’t be disappointed! Stay tuned for updates and sneak peeks from the cutting room floor…

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