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The London Design Biennale is almost beginning. In September, the Biennale will welcome the world’s most amazing designers from all over the world, and today we are going to tell you everything about this event. Curious? Scroll down!
The 2018 London Design Biennale is devoted to the theme, Emotional States. This year, the main theme to be discussed are going to be related to sustainability, migration, pollution, energy, cities, and social equality.
“All the visitors will enjoy engaging and interactive installations, innovations, artworks and proposed design solutions – all in an immersive, inspiring and entertaining tour of the world.”
A diverse group of countries are confirmed as participants:
Argentina, Australia, Austria, Brazil, Canada,China, Colombia, Dundee, Egypt, Germany, Greece, Guatemala, Hong Kong, Hungary, India, Israel, Italy, Kenya, Latvia, Lebanon, Leeds, Liverpool, Mongolia, Qatar, Norway, Pakistan, Poland, Puerto Rico, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Somalia, Switzerland, Taiwan, Turkey, Vietnam, UAE, UK and USA.
Together these countries will investigate the importance of design, strong emotional responses and real social needs and the relationship between them.
The London Design Biennale International Advisory Committee and Jury are composed of leading creative experts. Here are the designers that are going to be responsible for awarding Medals: Paola Antonelli, James Lingwood Mbe, Adelia Borges, Jonathan Reekie Cbe, Professor Jeremy Myerson, Ana Elena Mallet, The Lord Rogers of Riverside Ch, Kayoko Ota, Dr Tristram Hunt, Hadeel Ibrahim, Mitra Khoubrou.