Visit the Brompton Design District During the London Design Festival – The amazing London Design Festival is almost upon us! This is one of the most beloved festivals in the world that seeks to promote innovation and design. This year it will take place from 15-23 September in London, obviously!
This event hosts a wide variety of events and exhibitions in London’s most prominent locations, namely in the Brompton Design District which for this edition will explore the theme “Material Consequences” and the programme will be curated by the renowned London-based studio, Jane Withers. Many design projects will be on display at this Design District and we’ve selected 5. These exhibitions will be located across a series of places, so be sure to check them out!
In this installation, the studio will explore new aesthetics and the limits of the material demonstrated in the production process in their dirty lab setup for Brompton. Thorugh NAUTAN(tm) – the studio’s most recent material which was created in partnership with scientists from Slovak University of Technology – Crafting Plastics! will challenge negative prejudice around biodegradable materials. Adress – 201 Brompton Road, SW3 1LA
The Guilt-Free? space curated by FranklinTill will present a series of immersive and inspirational exhibits exploring if design and material innovation can satisfy our social and environmental conscience, and indeed enable us to live and consume ‘Guilt-free’. The creators of this exhibition aims to provide inspiration and the means for one to navigate the complex sustainable agenda. Adress – 203 Brompton Road, SW3 1LA
“Why Materials Matter” is a recently published book. Those who have been featured in this publication will captivate the space having in mind the future of responsibly-designed environments. Ma-tt-er has created a reciprocal exhibition that encourages lounging and learning as well as conversations in their reading room. Adress – 1st Floor, 3 Yeoman’s Row, SW3 2AL
London-based design gallery Sigmar and Czech creative collective OKOLO showcase original pieces from the emblematic Hotel Praha in Prague. This exceptional project will explore how valuable materials and craftsmanship are in today’s society and the importance of creating timeless objects. The history, architecture, design and art of this hospitality venue will be the main topics of discussion as well. Adress – 1st Floor, 3 Yeoman’s Row, SW3 2AL
Stitch by Stitch creates handmade textiles made in India and Nepal and is driven by sustainable practice and preserving the livelihoods of skilled artisans. The exhibition will highlight the Khamir Kala Cotton Initiative, which is a reinterpretation of an old craft value chain reconfigured for the modern marketplace. Adress – 197 Brompton Road, SW3 1LA
Bang & Olufsen will present a unique sound installation to celebrate the launch of its new audio product. A top name in the industry that is yet to be announced is expected to collaborate in this exhibition. Music and design lovers can head over to the space all week, or stop by on Thursday evening for a special champagne reception. Adress – 237 Brompton Road, SW3 2ER
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