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 ( ‘A Bullet From A Shooting Star’ by Alex Chinneck supported by Knight Dragon, image courtesy of the London Design Festival)
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‘A Bullet From A Shooting Star’ by Alex Chinneck supported by Knight Dragon, image courtesy of the London Design Festival
 (‘The Mexican Pavilion, You Know You Cannot See Yourself So Well As By Reflection’ by Frida Escobedo, image courtesy of the London Design Festival)
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‘The Mexican Pavilion, You Know You Cannot See Yourself So Well As By Reflection’ by Frida Escobedo, image courtesy of the London Design Festival
 (‘Curiosity Cloud’ by mischer’traxler for Champagne Perrier-Jouët, image courtesy of the London Design Festival )
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‘Curiosity Cloud’ by mischer’traxler for Champagne Perrier-Jouët, image courtesy of the London Design Festival
 ('The Tower of Babel' by Barnaby Barford)
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'The Tower of Babel' by Barnaby Barford
 ('Mise-en-abyme' by Matteo Fogale and Laetitia De Allegri supported by Johnson Tiles, image courtesy of the London Design Festival)
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'Mise-en-abyme' by Matteo Fogale and Laetitia De Allegri supported by Johnson Tiles, image courtesy of the London Design Festival
 (‘The Mexican Pavilion, You Know You Cannot See Yourself So Well As By Reflection’ by Frida Escobedo, image courtesy of the London Design Festival)
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‘The Mexican Pavilion, You Know You Cannot See Yourself So Well As By Reflection’ by Frida Escobedo, image courtesy of the London Design Festival
 ( ‘A Bullet From A Shooting Star’ by Alex Chinneck supported by Knight Dragon, image courtesy of the London Design Festival)
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‘A Bullet From A Shooting Star’ by Alex Chinneck supported by Knight Dragon, image courtesy of the London Design Festival

This multi-event, multi-venue, eight-day festival takes place across the capital to bring remarkable design both old and new to a vast London audience. The V&A and Somerset House will both be major landmarks in the line-up, hosting talks, events and several large-scale installations.

Eight 'Design Districts' will offer their own line-up of events and exhibits which showcase local artists and creative industries. Brixton joins the list for the first time this year, with Bankside, Brompton, Chelsea, Clerkenwell, Islington, Queen's Park and Shoreditch all returning.

 

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