Across nine days, more than 300 events including exhibits, installations, workshops and more will pop up across London to promote the city as the design capital of the world.
This year’s London Design Festival (LDF) will run between September 16 and 24.
Here are just some of the events taking place throughout the festival across 13 different design districts.
From millinery to ceramics, weaving to leatherworking Oxo Tower Wharf is a haven waiting for the craft-curious.
During LDF, visitors can explore over 25 designer-maker open studios across two floors of the riverside landmark.
Battersea is renowned for its pioneering design heritage – from the first public telegraph to early developments in rail and aviation manufacture, and its eponymous power station.
History Speak’s Art and Architecture Walking Tours will allow visitors to discover iconic works as well as explore the history, future and lived experience of Battersea Nine Elms through its art and architecture.
New for 2023, Dalston to Stokey features Print Club London presenting Blisters: Time to Play.
This event will showcase more than 50 new and exclusive and playful screen print editions.
From fairground games to broader concepts about colour and abstraction, the show comprises an array of styles from street art to fine art illustration.
The exhibition will be accompanied by a Free Art School run by experts from the Print Club community.
Taking a more global approach, the Islington district will be hosting a mix of London-based and international talent.
Working under the theme of diversity, inclusion and collaboration, twentytwentyone will present the exhibition Fiskars, Gifu, Hiroshima, which explores the similarities between Finland and Japan.
Print Club London Picture: London Design Festival
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