London Design Festival Picks

London Design Festival 2019

14th-22nd September

London Design Festival celebrates and promotes London as the design capital of the world. The Festival returns to venues and institutes across the city from 14 – 22nd September 2019.

Makers House will be exhibiting as part of South East Makers Club from 13th-15th September however with so many other exhibitions open during festival, it is hard to know where to start. So to give you a helping hand we have listed our top tips for the festival, and the places you are most likely to find us during the show!

London Design Fair   19th-22nd September  Old Truman Brewery, E1 6QR  With a riotous mix of up and coming brands rubbing shoulders with international pavilions, make sure you save a day for the London Design Fair as it is jam packed full of fantastic, thought provoking design.

London Design Fair

19th-22nd September

Old Truman Brewery, E1 6QR

With a riotous mix of up and coming brands rubbing shoulders with international pavilions, make sure you save a day for the London Design Fair as it is jam packed full of fantastic, thought provoking design.

Volume Creative ‘Take the Plunge’   14th-22nd September  Bargehouse, Oxo Tower Wharf, SE1 9PH  A playful and immersive installation in the fascinating Bargehouse. Take the plunge celebrates the endless possibilities of great design, creating a multi-sensory adventure to the heart of the ocean.

Volume Creative ‘Take the Plunge’

14th-22nd September

Bargehouse, Oxo Tower Wharf, SE1 9PH

A playful and immersive installation in the fascinating Bargehouse. Take the plunge celebrates the endless possibilities of great design, creating a multi-sensory adventure to the heart of the ocean.

Raw   16th-22nd September  Mint, SW3 2BA  Head to the Brompton Design District and make a beeline for Mint design gallery. Mint have curated an innovative exhibition dedicated to unconventional design with a focus on minimising our impact on the environment.

Raw

16th-22nd September

Mint, SW3 2BA

Head to the Brompton Design District and make a beeline for Mint design gallery. Mint have curated an innovative exhibition dedicated to unconventional design with a focus on minimising our impact on the environment.

Tokyo bike Sustainability and Colour talk   Tuesday September 17th  Following on from our talk on sustainability and colour at Milliken during our summer showcase we were intrigued to spot this listing on the LDF site, it looks like we might have been ahead of the curve with this one! This should be a fascinating talk with Hato Press and GF Smith so if you loved our talk and want to delve further into the world of colour and sustainability then book your tickets via the link above.

Tokyo bike Sustainability and Colour talk

Tuesday September 17th

Following on from our talk on sustainability and colour at Milliken during our summer showcase we were intrigued to spot this listing on the LDF site, it looks like we might have been ahead of the curve with this one! This should be a fascinating talk with Hato Press and GF Smith so if you loved our talk and want to delve further into the world of colour and sustainability then book your tickets via the link above.

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