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London is about to receive the design week and there is a lot to do. Between different kind of events, you can also be in the middle of some design routes. This one has borned in 2017 with the goal to recognize the small clusters of design activity. Let’s take a look at them!
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The smallest corners of London design is getting some attention as well. Since last year, London Design Festival is also about knowing every little detail of the city design. That’s why, the design routes come up as a meeting of creativity. And also an important note: you can walk from one place to another.
Going for one of the London walks can be a great opportunity to explore the city. Make Mile will make you walk along east London, and, also be between fabricators, studios and workshops. If you the first time that you on the area, prepare yourself to discover some opening studios as well. One of the cases is about the award-winning lighting brand Tala. News, creativity minds… well, it seams like a good reason to go!
Considered as one of the city hotspots, Paddington Central, could also be seen as one of London trade shows. This is a place where art and culture are in touch and you can, at the same time, check the amazing architecture around.
King’s cross is an inspiration… the architecture, the restaurants interior design and the culture bubble that involves you. You can watch some exhibitions that goes from the mid-century to the modern, and make all that time travel between them. And we must say… one the classic names if going to be there: Tom Dixon. Sounds like worths it the walk right?
The design week is about to start and is time to organize everything: design routes, 100% design, decorex… well, we are just starting! After knowing what to expect from each event, you only have to chose where to go. One thing is for sure… London is always a great option!