Four designers build their scaled-down interpretations of 'A Place Called Home' in Trafalgar Square. Jasper Morrison presents an ordered interior in his pigeon-fancier's house, ‘Because who else would choose to live in the middle of Trafalgar Square?’. Raw Edges get creative with very little space: their home requires the occupier to turn a handle to transform the living room into a bedroom, a kitchen and then a bathroom. Ilse Crawford uses a specially created scent and recordings of cosy sounds like a kettle boiling to evoke a sense of home, while Patternity fill their house with giant kaleidoscopes that visitors can peer through to get a different skew on the world.
London Design Festival: A Place Called Home