After months of extensive planning, Design London welcomed the architecture and design community to London’s new favourite neighbourhood, North Greenwich. As the largest destination for contemporary design at this year’s London Design Festival, the show featured a highly curated selection of cutting-edge furniture, lighting and contract interiors brands, delectable street food vendors, countless collaborations and a comprehensive talks programme on the Greenwich Peninsula.
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AN UNMISSABLE PROGRAMME FOR DESIGN...
The latest in furniture, lighting and interior design products from the world's leading contemporary brands including the likes of Haberdashery, Artemide and more.
Unmissable content including topical discussions, a specially built Danish Pavilion, exclusive parties, lighting installations and much more.
DISCUSSIONS AT DESIGN LONDON
Discussions at Design London featured four days of compelling headline talks, trend forecasts and panel discussions with both leading designers and rising stars of the design world.
TRANSPARENCY IN SHADES OF COLOUR BY YINKA ILORI
British-Nigerian artist Yinka Ilori opened the talks programme and welcome guests through a kaleidoscopic tunnel of colour inviting them to take a seat in his joyfully designed auditorium.
Curated by Lifestyle & Design Cluster in conjunction with the Danish Pavilion, check out 10 cutting-edge scandi names that were on display.
STRIKING LIGHTING INSTALLATIONS
Two spectacular lighting installations were on display at Design London with never-before-seen handmade chandelier Kuulas by Cameron Design House and Penta’s iconic Glo.
IN & AROUND THE AREA...
A NEW DESIGN DISTRICT
The Design District is at the heart of Greenwich Peninsula, a new type of London. 15,000 new homes. 13,000 new jobs. 7 new neighbourhoods. All wrapped by the River Thames
THE GREENWICH PENINSULA
Emerging over the next 20 years, Greenwich Peninsula is a new place inventing itself; an evolving community that in ten years’ time will be the capital’s most boldly modern cultural landscape