News from the London Design Festival and our Partners
Did you visit this year's London Design Festival?
We’re carrying out a survey to find out more about our audiences, so we can ensure future Festivals are as good as possible. The survey should take no more than five minutes to complete, and as a thank-you for your help in completing the survey, you can enter a prize draw to win a HAY & Wrong for HAY goodie bag.
Visitors at the Festival's hub - the Victoria and Albert Museum
Festival's Feet on the Street
The London Design Festival's Feet on the Street 2014 are the Volunteer Reportage Team who have attended the Festival's 300 events across London, and have generously given their unique perspectives on what they have discovered. Enjoy their series of news articles covering London's best-loved public spaces.
Look out for Katie Treggiden's takeover on the L_D_F_Official Instagram Account
confessions of a design geek's Katie Treggiden will be taking over the Festival's Instagram account Wednesday 17 Sept!
Image: Katie Treggiden
London Design Festival Competitions
The London Design Festival competitions have now finished.
Keep an eye on the prize draw page to see new competitions with the London Design Festival.
Image: Tracey Neuls and Cutler And Gross
Global Design Forum 15-19 September
The Global Design Forum is our key thought-leadership event that debates the role of design in a sustainable and prosperous future. This year, the event ran from 15-19 September and took on a new format with multiple talks and seminars taking place in different locations accross the city. See the 2014 schedule here.
The Team Behind Double Space for BMW
Follow the link to view preview interviews with the team behind the installation Double Space for BMW – Precision & Poetry in Motion by Edward Barber & Jay Osgerby which will be unveiled during the London Design Festival 2014.
A new guide format for London Design Festival 2014
This year our visitors and Partners will benefit from a redesigned and enhanced version of our printed guide.The new format will offer a larger page size of 223x168mm portrait (81% larger than in previous years) and the accompanying map will also be enlarged to become a greater wayfinding tool for visitors.