Design London

Design London to make its London Design Festival debut in creative Greenwich, 22-25 September 2021

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After months of extensive planning, Design London is set to welcome the architecture and design community to London’s new favourite neighbourhood, North Greenwich, for its inaugural event.

Taking place 22-25 September, Design London will be the largest destination for contemporary design at this year’s London Design Festival.

The dynamic show will be housed in Magazine London, a brand new, state-of-the-art venue on the Greenwich Peninsula overlooking Canary Wharf and just meters away from the iconic O2 arena. An essential platform to source cutting-edge furniture, lighting and design pieces, the four-day event boasts a jam-packed programme of engaging content and a highly curated selection of sought-after design brands from around the globe.

The expansive venue will house a multitude of international brands including Dutch furniture producers Artifort and Van Rossum as well as esteemed Italian manufacturers Ethimo; Penta, and Artemide. Lifestyle & Design Cluster will showcase a plethora of sophisticated Scandi brands including Fredericia Furniture whilst bespoke sculptural lighting company Cameron Design House will reveal a new contemporary brand Empty State and create a spectacular installation with never-before-seen handmade chandelier, Kuulas.

Led by renowned industry influencers and thought leaders, Discussions at Design London will address the most pressing topics to encourage debate. British-Nigerian artist Yinka Ilori will open the talks programme on day one in his joyfully designed auditorium, ‘Transparency in shades of colour’. Other speakers include Henry Holland, Eley Kishimoto and Pearson Lloyd.

Find out more and get your ticket here

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