LDF 2015: 17-29 September.
Perplex tunnel, Mise-en-abyme by Matteo Fogale, Laetitia De Allegri and Johnson Tiles.
Exhibited at the V&A Museum, London, United Kingdom.
This was an immersive installation located between the bridge over the Medieval and Renaissance galleries in the V&A.
Barnaby Barford: the Tower of Babel.
A tower of miniatures of shops that are local to London, which tells an array of stories about the capital city of United Kingdom, as a society, economy and as consumers.
The Cloakroom by Faye Toogood
Cool stylized emoji coats to keep us warm (or way too warm) whilst looking at the map attached on the coat to find all the statues of this coat.The navigational coats by Toogood were made from Highfield by Kvadrat, a high-tech compressed-foam textile and each has been hand-treated to render it unique. In addition, the design of this coat were based on the voluminous Oil Rigger coat, one of the first coats designed for the Toogood brand.
I wore the biggest size coat available on my petite frame to keep my whole body warm ;)
Curiousity Cloud by mischer'taxler
This year (2015) is my first time attending the London Design festival and I went to the biggest venues (from V&A, Shoreditch and central London, more blogposts on individual places). I thought the LDF's collection in V&A created an interesting juxtaposition with the permanent exhibitions that are mostly traditional and historical works of art. The images above are the few that I enjoyed looking at the most out of the collection. I liked the light bulbs one (Curiousity Cloud by mischer'taxler) the best because it was really imaginative and I could spend hours looking at it.
Hi Jetsetters, welcome to my blogisphere. I am Esther, your guide for today! I hope you will enjoy this tour of my visual travel diary.
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