Design Districts are a key component in the London Design Festival. Find out why.
London Design Festival is in about ten days! We are going to be a part of it by exhibiting at Decorex International 2018, a luxury design event that gathers the best brands from all over the world.
But the entire festival is much more than that, click here to find out more, and an amazing part of it is the design districts, a key component in the festival, as visitors can navigate through the city, all within walking distance, and 400 events happening all around.
Bankside Design District
Bankside Design District is celebrating the area’s creative industries. You can find open studios, art installations, and interactive workshops and well as live showcases, events and great restaurants. Go here for more info.
Brompton Design District
A block of Brompton Road will be the stage of a series of exhibitions, next to Brompton’s leading design shops, showrooms, and galleries. Curiously, this was the first design district of all the editions, so you can expect the best only! Click here for more info on the events.
Clerkenwell Design Quarter
This area brings it all together! Pop-ups, stores, great restaurants, bars, exhibitions, showrooms and much more all gathered in this historic quarter. More info here.
Fitzrovia Design Distric
With a long and diverse history in design, this area covers a wide range in design disciplines. Hosting some of the most long-standing design houses and some of the most innovative start-ups, this area is definitely worth a visit.
Mayfair Design District
One of the most elegant areas in London, in Mayfair you can find exhibitions by renowned galleries, pop-up spaces, international collaborations with a focus on high-quality and craftsmanship. This area is quickly embracing contemporary design. See what are the best event for you.
Victoria Connections Design District
This bustling part of the capital of England has seen a major investment over the last decade and is nothing like what it looked like back in the Victorian era. Since its renewal, it has attracted all types of new businesses and creative thinkers. What you can expect.
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