We're continuing our top design inspired things to do and see and have pulled together our top five for July & along with enjoying the stunning British Summer we're currently experiencing. Lin Pendant Designed by Laura-Jane Atkinson. One Year on. 01. New Designers Part II A graduate exhibition 4 - 7 July. Where: Business Design Centre, 52 Upper Street London N1 0QH The Details:
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After the great reaction to our last months top design things to do and see we have decided to make it a monthly thing and have pulled together our top five design must sees for June.
Share your visits by using #designrelatedmustsee 01. Halo (Installation) Somerset House, 8-27 June. Where: Somerset House. The Edmond J. Safra Fountain Court The Details: Anglo-Korean artist duo Kimchi and Chips has been commissioned by Somerset House to create a new installation for its neoc
There is so much going on this month in London that we thought we'd do the research for you and have chosen our top five design-led things to see and do this May. 01. Relay Represents (Design Destination) A new design exhibition.15 - 24 May. Where: 102-108 Clerkenwell Road London EC1M 5SA The Details: Relay represents is a temporary exhibition arranged by Relay Design Agency to coincide with this year's Clerkenwell Design Week. Launched in 2009, Relay has sought out the best
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