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London Design Festival 2020 Is Now On

London Design Festival 2020 is now on! From 12-20 September, enjoy and discover virtual and physical activity including #LDF20 Landmark Project, Festival Commissions, Special Projects, Global Design Forum, 100 Partner events, 4 Design Districts, 2 Design Destinations and 2 Design Routes across the city. 

See the full programme here, and you can read the LDF20 Guide online here. To help you navigate all activations and activities at #LDF20, we invite you to download the My Festival webapp and start planning your itinerary here. You can save your favourite events and share your schedule with friends and family.

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A Daily Digital Schedule

Each day throughout the Festival, LDF will share a digital programme. This includes online events, talks, workshops and keynotes. Follow LDF across social for the latest schedule, timings and joining details. Stay tuned for daily announcements and reveals. Follow LDF on Instagram, Youtube and you can re-watch and catch up later on any content here.

Special Projects

London Design Festival support and promote a number of Special Projects as part of the Festival programme each year. These projects are located throughout the city, from North to South, East to West.

9 designers, 3 hardwoods, 1 workshop

Connected by Nine Designers, supported by AHEC, Benchmark & the Design Museum

Connected is an experiment set out to explore how designers and craftsmen adapt their working practices during lockdown. For this project the American Hardwood Export Council (AHEC), Benchmark Furniture and the Design Museum have challenged nine international designers to create a table and seating, which will suit their new ways of working from and living at home.

They will also record their creative journeys to allow us to witness how they approach the brief and develop their thoughts, sketches and ideas during these challenging times.

The designers involved in Connected are: Ini Archibong (Switzerland), Maria Bruun (Denmark), Jaime Hayon (Spain), Heatherwick Studio (UK), Sebastian Herkner (Germany), Maria Jeglinska-Adamczewska (Poland), Sabine Marcelis (Netherlands), Studiopepe (Italy) and Studio Swine (UK / Japan).

These nine exciting solutions will all be displayed together virtually, and then exhibited at the Design Museum in Autumn, celebrating the act of coming back together – reconnecting – after lockdown.
Created by the American Hardwood Export Council, the Design Museum and Benchmark Furniture.

Find out more at LDF.


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