We’ve been to London before, but this time, between architectural wonders, history and technology, from 20 to 23 September we could admire the innovative, stylish and sometimes quirky works of designers from around the world, amongst lines and shapes which define and anticipate trends. Three days full of design, with the Oyster card in one hand and our camera in the other, by tube, bus and feet, we wandered around London, from the hidden alleys, between tradition and colorful initiatives, to the most elegant and luxurious districts of this Design Festival
, passing from the surprising Earl’s Court Exhibition Centre that housed the 100% Design
, and The Tramshed
. In the coming days, after having revised and adjusted all the enormous amount of promotional material collected, we will discuss some of the most interesting projects and most promising designers known in these days. To conclude this short reportage, an intent and a critique. The purpose (jokingly, or maybe not) for the next trip to London is to try to taste the “delights” that stalls at Camden Town offer, and a small criticism goes to the organization of the Design Festival, too distracting for the distance between events and studies, poorly marked and not very accessible for visitors who don’t know London perfectly. Fortunately, you are in one of the most beautiful cities in the world, and there are so many alternative things to do and see. If you want to deepen, on THEmag Facebook fanpage
, in the dedicated album, you can find more than 250 photographs of our three-days trip to London. Good vision, and may design be with you.