Every year the London Design Festival grows in scale and this year was no exception—celebrating it's tenth anniversary—the city was overrun with hundreds of exhibitions, events, installations, and workshops. Designjunction was hands-down one of the most popular destinations packed with some really great work presented in an awesome industrial setting.
One recurring theme this year was the use of wood in conjunction with metals like copper and bronze, and there was an overwhelming amount of lighting concepts proportional to other furnishing items. A big digital presence was felt with the V&A Prism, Philips Lighting, BE Open Sound Portal, Google Web Labs, and Nokia getting in on the action at Designjunction.
The presentation of Lee Broom's Crystal Bulb Shop was incredible and also of note was a little townhouse in the Brompton Design District showcasing new designs from some really talented and experimental young designers. Catch all the highlights in our gallery and checkout more LDF goodness in the links below.
Bigger than ever, festivities spread further throughout the metropolis this year with lots of unexpected treasures to be found around the peripheries and the big shows designjunction, Designersblock, Tent and Superbrands were out in full force.