416 events found

War Map

Exhibition

War Map

Exhibition | 1

Fri 10am - 6pm, Sat 10.30am - 5.30pm

54 Beauchamp Place, SW3 1NY

WAR MAP
An Exhibition of 20th Century pictorial conflict maps. A unique collection of some of the most powerful propaganda and graphic imagery of the last century.

Elytra Filament Pavilion

Installation

Elytra Filament Pavilion

Installation | 1

Mon - Sun 10am - 5.45pm, Fri 10am - 10pm

Victoria and Albert Museum, SW7 2RL

Commissioned by the V&A as part of the V&A Engineering Season, Elytra Filament Pavilion was created by experimental architects and engineers Achim Menges, Jan Knippers, Moritz Dörstelmann and Thomas Auer.

V&A Engineering Season

Exhibition

V&A Engineering Season

Exhibition |

Mon - Sun 10am - 5.45pm, Friday: 10am - 10pm

Victoria and Albert Museum, SW7 2RL

The V&A Engineering Season will highlight the importance of engineering in our daily lives and consider engineers as the ‘unsung heroes’ of design, who play a vital and creative role in the creation of our built environment.

Joint exhibition & pop-up shop by 1millimetre and Matter of Stuff @ Dreamspace Gallery

Exhibition

Joint exhibition & pop-up shop by 1millimetre and Matter of Stuff @ Dreamspace Gallery

Exhibition | 1

Until 30 October Mon - Fri 9am – 5:30pm

ADREM - DREAMSPACE GALLERY, EC1Y 8NA

1millimetre will be unveiling their ‘SLIT’ table along with previous work.
Matter of Stuff will unveil a selection of new pieces from their online gallery including works by 1millimetre, Marina Dragomirova, DeAllegri Fogale, Erik Olovsson, Fernando Laposse, Olga Bielawska and more.

Plastic Ernö: Michael Marriott at 2 Willow Road

Exhibition

Plastic Ernö: Michael Marriott at 2 Willow Road

Exhibition | 2

Wed - Sun 11am - 5pm

2 Willow Road, NW3 1TH

To celebrate 20 years of opening National Trust 2 Willow Road, designer Michael Marriott created Ernö. In homage to architect Ernö Goldfinger, Ernö is a wall-mounted coat hook. Marriott was inspired by the fluidity of Goldfinger’s work and his show charts the hook’s design and manufacturing process.

Secret Garden at Bankside Design District's hub

Installation

Secret Garden at Bankside Design District's hub

Installation | 1

All day until 11pm

citizenM, SE1 0NZ

citizenM: Secret Garden at Bankside Design District's hub. citizenM Bankside, one of London’s most popular hotels, is collaborating with Shakespeare’s Globe to create a secret garden in its atrium as part of its annual series of garden installations for the Festival.

Brain Waves

Exhibition

Brain Waves

Exhibition | 1

11am - 7pm, Sat & Sun, Tue, Thu & Fri 11am - 5pm, Mon 11am - 9.30pm, Wed

Lethaby & Windows Galleries at Central Saint Martins, N1C 4AA

CSM invites you to meet the minds of design’s next generation. 'Brain Waves', an exhibition and events programme, serves to provoke thought, stimulate action and raise awareness. New futures are considered through ‘empathic imagination’, ‘creative forensics’, ‘haptic thinking’ and ‘sense making’.

Finn Juhl by Onecollection

Exhibition

Finn Juhl by Onecollection

Exhibition | 1

Mon - Fri 9.30am - 7pm, Sat 10am - 5pm

Grosvenor Waterside, SW1W 8QN

Staffan Tollgård celebrates the launch of Finn Juhl by Onecollection in their Pimlico Design Store. Encounter icons of design like the Chieftains chair, the Nyhavn desk and the France chair. Visit the store during the London Design Festival for a personal and passionate introduction to Finn Juhl.

Raw Color - Blend

Exhibition

Raw Color - Blend

Exhibition | 1

Mon - Sat 10am - 6pm, Thur 10am - 7pm

The Aram Gallery, WC2B 5SG

Dutch studio Raw Color presents its first solo show at The Aram Gallery. 'Blend' is a dynamic mix of interactive installations, materials and visuals that describe its multi-disciplinary practice.

Plinth at 10a Thurloe Place

Pop-Up Shop

Plinth at 10a Thurloe Place

Pop-Up Shop | 1

10am - 6pm Saturday 17th - Wednesday 21st, 10am - 8pm Thursday 22nd, Friday 23rd 10am - 7pm, Saturday 24th 10am - 6pm, 11am - 5pm Sun 25th

10 Thurloe Place, SW7 2RZ

In Plinth's pop-up Gallery at Thurloe Place, we’ll sell and display work from established organisations as well as emerging artists and designers. There will be a programme of new work, screenings and performance art from emerging artists, as well as our show-stopping commission from Jacques Nimki.

Electro Craft

Exhibition

Electro Craft

Exhibition | 1

Mon - Sat 11am - 6pm, Sun 12pm - 5pm, Tue 20 11am - 8pm

23 Charlotte Road, EC2A 3PB

Electro Craft is an exhibition of electronic products created by a diverse group of designers who share a fascination with technology and beautifully made objects.
Made up of new and existing work, this show is about the craft of electronics and electronics made as craft.

What Ho! Andrzej Klimowski's illustrations for P.G. Wodehouse

Exhibition

What Ho! Andrzej Klimowski's illustrations for P.G. Wodehouse

Exhibition | 1

Tue - Sat 10.30am - 5.30pm

Londonprintstudio, 425 Harrow Road, W10 4RE

Andrzej Klimowski's light hearted linocuts and installation celebrate the work of legendary comic writer P.G. Wodehouse. Klimowski, a leading illustrator / designer of his generation, has created a uniquely English period environment that we remember fondly, but which probably never truly existed.

LDF at LCC

Exhibition

LDF at LCC

Exhibition | 1

Mon - Fri 10am - 6pm, Sat 11am - 5pm, Sun 18 Sept only 11am - 5pm, closed all other Sundays

London College of Communication, SE1 6SB

In this year’s programme, explore the data-scape of the SE1 postcode and look at how service design can shape the future. You can also celebrate innovative set design, learn about staff research and enjoy graphic design by Ivan Chermayeff. Please check the LCC website for event dates and times.

The Smile

Landmark Project

The Smile

Landmark Project |

17 - 12 October: 10am - 9pm

Rootstein Hopkins Parade Ground, SW1P 4JU

Architect Alison Brooks’ Landmark Project could be described as an unidentified flying object: a 34m long, 3m high upside down arc poised on the urban horizon. Her project is also a spectacular urban pavilion that takes the shape of a Smile. Open until 12 October.

Power and Architecture Season

Exhibition

Power and Architecture Season

Exhibition | 1

Wed – Sun, 12pm – 6pm, Tue 6pm – 9pm (late opening for Shoreditch Design Triangle)

22 Calvert Avenue , E2 7JP

A season on utopian public space and the quest for new national identities across the post-Soviet world, Power and Architecture comprises four interlinked elements:

Exhibition
Conference
Talks
Workshops

Serpentine Architecture Programme 2016: Pavilion and Summer Houses

Installation

Serpentine Architecture Programme 2016: Pavilion and Summer Houses

Installation | 1

Mon - Sun 10am - 6pm

Serpentine Gallery, W2 3XA

Serpentine Pavilion 2016 designed by Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG)

Serpentine Summer Houses 2016 designed by Kunlé Adeyemi (NLÉ), Barkow Leibinger, Yona Friedman, Asif Khan

10 June - 9 October
FREE

The Circular Building

Installation

The Circular Building

Installation | 1

Mon - Fri 9am - 6pm, Sat 10am - 5pm, Sun 18 11am - 4pm

The Building Centre, WC1E 7BT

The construction industry produces three times more waste than UK households, half of which is not recycled. Keeping materials at their highest value for longer changes this. The Circular Building by Arup, The Built Environment Trust, Frener & Reifer and BAM pushes circular economy thinking.

Countercurrent

Exhibition

Countercurrent

Exhibition | 1

Mon - Sun 11am - 5pm, Tue -Wed 9am - 6pm, Thu - Fri 9am - 8pm, Sat 10am - 8pm

Arthur Beale, WC2H 8JP

Staff of the BA Jewellery Design course at Central Saint Martins are pleased to present 'Countercurrent', an exhibition of work in response to the premises and archives of the yacht-chandler Arthur Beale in Shaftesbury Avenue.

FOIL

V&A Commission

FOIL

V&A Commission | 1

10am - 5.45pm; Friday: 10am - 10pm

Victoria and Albert Museum, SW7 2RL

British design entrepreneur Benjamin Hubert, of experience design agency Layer, has collaborated with iconic German brand Braun to create FOIL, an immersive installation located in the V&A’s Tapestry gallery.

Now open until 5 October.

A Curious Turn: Moving Mechanical Sculpture – The Crafts Council exhibition at Habitat

Exhibition

A Curious Turn: Moving Mechanical Sculpture – The Crafts Council exhibition at Habitat

Exhibition | 1

Wed 10am - 8pm, Thu - Fri 10am - 6:30pm, Sat 9:30 - 6:30pm, Sun 12pm - 6:00pm

Habitat, SW3 5XP

A Curious Turn, an exhibition by Crafts Council at Habitat, explores the resurgence in automata making over the last 30 years and features works by the leading makers of these amazing moving mechanical sculptures.

After Parkinson Exhibition

Exhibition

After Parkinson Exhibition

Exhibition | 1

Fri - Sun 11am - 8pm

The Union Club, W1D 4EQ

After Parkinson

Art & design gallery, Cavaliero Finn & The Norman Parkinson Archive present a collaborative exhibition with The Union Club, Soho, featuring work from two of the gallery's contemporary artists’; Kathy Dalwood & Alice Mara & the photography of Norman Parkinson - on until 02.10.16

'Fool's Gold' new work by Adam Buick

Exhibition

'Fool's Gold' new work by Adam Buick

Exhibition | 1

Mon - Sat 10.30am - 6pm

Contemporary Ceramics Centre, WC1B 3BF

Contemporary Ceramics presents ‘Fool’s Gold’, an exhibition of work by Adam Buick. Adam explores the human experience of landscape through a single jar form, incorporating stone and locally dug clay. A personal collection of Pyrite, (Fool’s Gold), adds exquisite detail to jars in this exhibition.

FLOATING POP UP

Pop-Up Shop

FLOATING POP UP

Pop-Up Shop | 1

Mon - Fri 9am - 6pm, Sat - Sun 10am - 4pm

Bert's Barge, E2 9DQ

Darkroom launches a temporary [floating] home in East London. We are taking over the beautifully black Bert's Barge, presenting our tile/fabric collaboration alongside some very special new Darkroom products. Join us on board for a unique shopping experience and refreshments on the sun deck.

Emily Forgot - Neverland

Exhibition

Emily Forgot - Neverland

Exhibition | 1

Mon - Fri 9am - 6pm, Sat 12pm - 5pm

42 Hoxton Square, N1 6PB

In NEVERLAND graphic artist & multidisciplinary designer Emily Forgot explores a personal passion for buildings & spaces, resulting in a series of domestic objects that feel perfectly at home in this aesthetically curious exhibition.

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