Held annually, the London Design Festival is a celebration of the worlds leading creative talents.

In 2015, the event had a strong programme of exhibitions and seminars, shows and pop-up events happening about the city, found everywhere from the Victoria and Albert Museum to small local studios, plus a select few taking place at some iconic London landmarks.

Dutch brand Moooi took the opportunity to launch their new showroom at a striking and well-known landmark called Sea Containers House. They presented inspirational living sets with their latest designs like Arihiro Miyake’s Coppelia Lamp, Jonas Forsman’s Shift Chairs, complemented with a selection of the latest Moooi Carpets collection as well as complete with a stunning view overlooking the Thames River. Over at B&B Italia, Antonio Citterio designed the front window installation featuring his recently released Michel Club and Michel Effe sofa, and the Solatium seating system and Febo Dormeuse were also revealed for Maxalto.

One of the city's most talked about installations was Alex Chinneck 's  ‘a bullet from a shooting star’, a  35-metre-tall latticed steel sculpture resembling an upside-down electricity pylon. Read more here  


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