Now in its fourth year, Brompton Design District is well-established as a leading destination during the London Design Festival (LDF). This year the programme promises to be stronger than ever with an international focus showcasing new design and makers from Mexico City to Vienna.
Designed by Maya Lin
Stones are available in molded polyethylene and molded polyethylene with 100% recycled content. Both versions are fully finished and enclosed on top, bottom and sides
Stones in all colors can be used outdoors.
Seat tops are slighty concave and table top is slighty convex
As a part of their summer festival commissions UP projects present three new works at the Thames Festival in London. We recommend checking out these contemporary projects along with the night carnival, which is Britain's largest illuminated night-time carnival procession, on the weekend of September 10 -11 '11.
Tramshed 2011 marks the second year of the Tramshed, a premier design event that made its debut at London Design Festival in 2010.
Improving upon the successes of last year’s event, Tramshed 2011 returns to its dynamic Shoreditch location with a diverse group of exhibitors known for their vibrancy and capacity to innovate
As part of London’s Open House weekend on 17 and 18 September 2011, the future home of the Design Museum at the former Commonwealth Institute building will offer public tours before construction begins in earnest.
It will be the last chance for the public to see this remarkable 1960s site before it re-opens as the new Design Museum in 2014.
INDEX: Award is the biggest design award in the world. The coveted award carries a total purse of €500,000 (more than US$700,000) and takes place in Copenhagen’s new breathtaking Opera House in front of an audience of more than 1,000 Danish and international designers, politicians, business leaders, students, celebrities, etc. who are all invited to the ceremony to celebrate design that makes a difference in people’s lives.
KK Outlet challenged a group of leading artists, designers and stylists to take an everyday object, remould, rebuild and repurpose it to create an entirely new item using as little additional materials as possible.
An umbrella transforms into a flat pack kite
For sale signs become a flat pack birdhouse
A lightbulb becomes a micro-greenhouse
A sofa becomes a Pantomime horse