London Design Festival

Starting from March there are many interesting events in London. Don’t miss the opportunity to attend some of the most interesting events.

Viaduct until 28 March – Show 10: Muller Van Severen- S2

Muller Van Severen launch their latest collection of furniture at Viaduct. Fien Muller and Hannes Van Severen both trained as artists and have collaborated as designers of functional furniture since 2011. In this new collection Fien and Hannes continue to explore the purpose of furniture and lighting.

Royal College of Art - RCA Secret 2015 Until 21 March

Stewarts Law RCA Secret returns for another year to the RCA’s Battersea campus. The exhibition is a chance to purchase original works of art for a low price from internationally acclaimed artists plus up-and-coming graduates. Each postcard is signed on the back, so collectors don’t know the identity of the artists until they have made their purchases.

Irish Design 2015 – Second Skin Until 25 March

Exploring the links between consumption and production, Second Skin taking place at City Hall has sought to develop collaborations between Irish fashion designers, woollen mills and textile producers, digital fabric producers, tailors, retailers and upcyclers. Curated by Louise Allen, Design and Craft Council of Ireland.

Exhibit with Etsy at the Festival – Four Corners of Craft – open call Deadline 7 April

Do you make beautiful contemporary craft? Apply for Etsy’s Four Corners of Craft exhibition. Four Corners of Craft is a maker development and exhibition project supported by the Crafts Council and creative organisations in England, Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales.

 A competition:

Chatsworth House and the London Design Festival Prize Draw Make Yourself Comfortable at Chatsworth, Open until 30 April

Win a pair of tickets to the Make Yourself Comfortable at Chatsworth exhibition and an overnight stay for two people including dinner and breakfast at the nearby Devonshire Arms in Derbyshire.

Competition tickets

The exhibition sees items from the Duke and Duchess’s private collection showcased alongside furniture by international designers, from Thomas Heatherwick to Amanda Levete and Marc Newson. The exhibition also showcases specially commissioned pieces, including Raw Edges’ Endgrain and Counterpart by Tom Price.

 

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