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London Design Festival is here! Today, we are going to talk about 100% Design fair that begins on the 21 of September and with it brings a great feature on the programme, there will be many attractions until late hours. The 100% Design Late Night, has it is called, will be on until 9pm on Thursday 22 of September. It will be an evening full of attractions, interactions, music and casual talks.
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Pecha Kucha: The Five Senses
The renowned Mark Dytham, founder of Pecha Kucha, will be the host of the evening, accompanied by designers, thinkers of Custhom, Patternity, Sue Kreitzman and architects Simpson Haugh and David Kohn. They will present 20 slides in 20 seconds the five sense, sight, smell, sound, taste and touch. It’s expected a fast-paced and fun evening.
Designed by Sally Hogarth, another highlight of the 100% Design Late Night will be, certainly, the Central Bar, which promises a relax and inviting environment with drinks and music, ideal for a long day at the fair.
The Materials Cloud Bar
Designed by Studio Glowacka, it’s a new feature this year, it has a thematic from the modular construction toy, that were popular in the 1970’s. Another place where you can relax and enjoy the design at it’s best.
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