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Launched in 2003,

London Design Festival (LDF)

highlights outstanding works of product design

from the best of the British design community.


Installations will be presented citywide from 19 – 27 September.

Many will be staged in studio at Somerset House,  the Strand

and at the Victoria and Albert Museum, South Kensington.


(image from londondesignfestival.com):

LDF, 2015, zotem, v and a,

the “Zotem”

a linear piece in black with multi-coloured lights

by London-based Norwegian designer Kim Thomé –

welcomes visitors to the Victoria and Albert Museum, London

for LDF, 2015



British and international designers

will showcase cutting-edge product design work for

practical and/or idealised intent.

Examine the creations of talented individuals/partners from

emerging student creatives to established designers.


For 2015, LDF honours celebrated British furniture designer

Robin Day (1915 – 2010) –

in recognition of the centenary of his birth.

Mr. Day is famed for the creation of the

“Polyprop” (1963)-

a stackable chair made from

durable polypropylene (a type of resin).

The “Polyprop” is utilitarian, uncomplicated, versatile.

(image from designguide.com):

LDF 2015, Robin Day, use, stackable chairs, designguide.com red-chair

the “Polyprop” chair by designer, Robin Day

to date over 14 million have been sold



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