The London Design Festival opens in September with designers including Barber Osgerby and Zaha Hadid announcing inventive collaborations with industries across science and technology. Installations including a "gigantic scale" rotating sculpture by Barber and Osgerby, a garden installation by Zaha Hadid and a swarm of drones have been announced for this year's London Design Festival in September.

London's V&A museum, where the plans for the week were revealed, will be the London Design Festival's hub from 13 to 21 September and will host some of the week's key events.

London designers Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby have proposed a pair of giant reflective panels that will rotate above visitors in the museum's Rafael Gallery, for an installation for car brand BMW titled Double Space (main image).

"We wanted to give the V&A a large-scale piece," said the designers during the preview. "The Natural History Museum has dinosaurs, the Science Museum has rockets."

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