Festival On now until Sunday, 24 September 2017

London Design Festival

The London Design Festival is an annual event, held to celebrate and promote London as the design capital of the world and as the gateway to the international creative community

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  • On now until Sunday, 24 September 2017

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As the festival hub, the V&A will house a broad range of specially-commissioned installations and displays around the Museum by some of the world's most exciting designers, as well as a huge programme of events including talks, tours and workshops.

Festival Highlights

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‘Reflection Room’ by Flynn Talbot. © Flynn Talbot

Prince Consort Gallery, Room 110, Level 3.

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'Transmission' by Ross Lovegrove. © Ross Lovegrove

Tapestries, Room 94, Level 3.

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'High Tide for Carmen'. Image © Es Devlin

Theatre and Performance, Room 104, Level 3.

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'Metropolis' by Lubna Chowdhary, V&A Ceramics Resident

Ceramics, Room 137, The Curtain Foundation Gallery, Level 6.

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'Exhale' Bionic Chandelier by Julian Melchiorri.

Bottom of staircase G.

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'Evocations' by Petr Stanický. © Petr Stanický

Lift O Landing, Level 6 & Lift O Landing, Level 4.

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'Slave/Master' by BR Innovation Agency.

The Raphael Cartoons, Room 48a.

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'The Story of Two Chairs'. © Amanda Levete

Furniture, Room 133 – 135, The Dr Susan Weber Gallery.

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'Have your cake and eat it too' by Silvia Weidenbach

The Rosalinde and Arthur Gilbert Galleries, Room 72, Level 3.

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'Fashioning Space by Intoart'. © Ntiense Eno Amooquaye/Intoart

Fashion, Room 40, Level 1.

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Contemporary Korean Ceramics: Melting House. Image © Juree Kim

Ceramics, Room 146 and Korea, Room 47G .

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'Garden Ware: What is a Good Pot?' by Bruce McLean and 1882 Ltd. Image ©1882 Ltd.

Ceramics, Rooms 138 – 143, Level 6.

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The British Land Celebration of Design Medal Exhibition. Photograph by Mark Cocksedge

Clore Study Area, British Galleries, Room 55, Level 2.

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'While We Wait' by Elias and Yousef Anastas. © Elias and Yousef Anastas

Medieval & Renaissance, Room 64b, The Simon Sainsbury Gallery, Level 2.

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