Situated in Greenwich Peninsula, alongside a dynamic new Design District, the show will offer visitors unrivalled transport links during London Design Festival with direct access via cable car, boat, plane, bus, car and tube. The renowned area is set to flourish, redefining itself as a new type of London with a bourgeoning community of over 1800 creatives. Brimming with festival-like content, the visitor experience will be enhanced and propel the area into the forefront as an unmissable destination on the global design scene. The highly anticipated district fuelled by creativity and defined by a distinct community feel provides the perfect backdrop for what's set to be a stand out event.
2020 signals a new chapter for the capital's design scene...
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WHAT OUR EXHIBITORS SAY...
"The show offered a range of qualified leads and was a positive experience from start to finish, not to mention the Design London party, which was a real highlight"
Ben Rigby, Creative Director and Co-Founder - Haberdashery
"This year's celebratory edition was the perfect platform for us to present the highly anticipated Sage Collection by David Rockwell. We're excited to see what's next..."
Fiona Coyne, Head of Sales & Marketing - Benchmark
"As the show embarks on an exciting new chapter in 2020, we are delighted to be part of a brand new proposition for the design industry during LDF"
Martin E. Colberg, Founder - True North Designs
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