Heaps and heaps and heaps of glorious things to see at the London Design Festival taking place in the city this week; do look at the site and links, even if you don’t live in the city. Choosing what to do is like trying to decide on a selection of chocolates and I admit to being a little overwhelmed by it all. That said, I do hope to make it to the Serpentine Gallery to see an aluminium pavilion designed by Japanese architects Kazuyo Sejima and Ryue Nishizawa shortly – well, at least before it’s dismantled.
Will post pics if they’re any good.
Coinciding with the festival is 100% Design, which claims to be the UK’s leading architecture and design event. I’m looking forward to putting my pass to good use and am particularly interested in an entire section devoted to sustainable design. Should be very interesting.