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London Design Agenda will take you on a journey through the hottest design destinations of the 2015 London Design Festival, which will run from 19-27 September.
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The London Design Festival is a major platform for the capital’s best trade shows – 100% Design, Decorex International, designjunction, Focus/15 and Tent London & Super Brands – to showcase exhibitors from the UK and around the world. These Design Destinations are crucial for established and emerging designers, manufacturers and brands to present their products and innovations to new markets.
Since its inception in 2003, the Festival has also nurtured a growing number of Design Districts – areas of the city where there is a concentration of design expertise, retail outlets and creative enterprise.
See also: Open House London 2015 – Highlights
The Design Districts have been steadily growing in number and scale and this year there will be seven Districts: Brompton, Chelsea, Clerkenwell, Islington, Queens Park and Shoreditch with Bankside as the newest player. Each of the areas, variously known as quarters, triangles and districts, will organise a programme of exhibitions, events, open studios as well as retail and community engagement. All of them will organise late night openings, parties and events on specific nights during the Festival.
The London Design Festival is a key constituent of London’s Autumn creative season, alongside London Fashion Week, Frieze Art Fair and the London Film Festival.
Are you attending any of this design destinations? Don’t miss the opportunity to check the hottest design trends.
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