The London Design Festival is back, and we at The Amazing Blog are very excited to discover the many exciting events that will take place from September 16th to the 24th. This year like the previous years, events and exhibitions will be organised around London, and we are quite determined not to miss a single bit.
Where to start? Well, Villa Walala might be the best way to start the festival week. We can already see your confused faces and read in your eyes “What is Villa Walala?" Villa Walala is a multicoloured and astonishing architectural landscape located in Exchange Square in Liverpool Street.
The creation is made from vinyl, sealed PVC and nylon to be named; it is covered by digitally printed patterns. The colourful castle like construction is created by Camille Walala who believes in positivity and has decided to illuminate and bring some joy and positivity to this business area.
Villa Walala is created in partnership with British Land. If you want to admire and explore this exuberant, playful and architectural landscape go to:
Exchange Square, 100 Liverpool Street LONDON and enjoy the view.
Focus is a design exhibition that gathers more than 600 brands at the Design Centre showrooms. International luxury design enthusiasts will come together to share their ideas, inspirations and creativity about the design world. In the showrooms, visitors will have the opportunity to engage with inventors, admire the inspirations and skills behind the landscape they created. With more than 100 events in six days, visitors will have a wide array of exhibitions and events to choose from; there will be something for everybody.
As well as sharing and learning from inspiring design creators and influencers visitors will be able to participate in demonstrations, discovery tours, creative workshops and top design influencers talk. This event is an excellent opportunity to explore new perspectives and learn new skills and techniques. Whether you are a passionate or just a fabulous being looking for inspiration this is an event you should not miss, and it is free so don’t wait. Rendez-vous at the Design Centre from September 17th.
Yes, Yes, Yes it’s back, the event we all look forward to every year. London Design Fair starts on September 21st and ends on the 24th. Located in East London the fair is an international industry event gathering 500 exhibitors from 28 countries. Designers, Luxury brands, retail buyers, architects and interior designers are among the 27,000 influencers that participate in the fair every year.
The London Design Fair is heaven for design lovers. The show allows the public to admire and discover the latest and most fashionable furniture, lighting and textiles. This year’s guest country is the USA, and we couldn’t be happier about this choice. The USA is well known for its creativity and avant-gardist ideas, and we are ready to be blown up. Last year 27,141 architects, press, stylists, manufacturers, interior designers and retailers from 74 countries participated in the event making it one of the most important and vibrant events of the year.
The London Design Fair is trade only on the 21st and 22nd and opens to the public on the 23rd and 24th. You can purchase a ticket here for £10 or buy tickets on-the door for £15.
The last event we would like to talk about is the 100% Design, the largest trade show for professionals. The event is considered as being the commercial heart of the Festival. It is an incredible opportunity for international designers, retailers and developers to create relationships and collaborate.
The show has five different sections including Interiors, Workplace, Kitchens and Bathrooms, Design and Build. Every year 100% Design attracts more than 27,000 design professionals eager to showcase and launch their new products. Every year the event chooses a different theme, this year theme is “Elements “a theme that should be reflected in the designs, materials and stories behind the installations.
The show takes place from September 20th to the 23rd and is open to the public on the 23rd. The tickets are free to attend. However, you need to register here before.