Design Districts are an important part of the most exciting week for all the design lovers in London.
London Design Festival is happening next month and there is still a lot to prepare. Design Districts are an important of this week, and will allow you to discover different places and events, with a short walking distance of each other. So, we worked on a list so you can know where to go and start drawing your itinerary. Let’s get started!
Bankside Design District
The London Design Festival also about design celebration. Bankside comes as a celebration of creative industries and diversity, where you can expect to learn and share this experience from Borough Market to Oxo Tower Wharf.
Brompton Design District
If you’re looking for listening to an international voice on contemporary design, walk down to Brompton Design District. It came as the first design district and now, 12 years later, it is still worth to get to know it. After all, this is a meeting place for the most iconic brands!
Clerkenwell Design Quarter
A London reality for the past six years, this quarter has a lot of history, allowing you to be in touch with Clerkenwell design. From showrooms to bars and restaurants, a full variety of multidisciplinary will make you discover the most recent trends.
Regent Street & St James’s Design District
Regent Street & St James’s Design is a mandatory stop at London Design Festival. Launching this year, in the heart of London, this programme explores also the history of Cubitt’s. Don’t miss the opportunity to became a storyteller about this first time district!
Victoria Connections Design District
Victoria is one of the most transformed areas of recent years. Nevertheless, there was something that didn’t change throughout the years: its vibrant and exciting vibe. A lot of creative thinkers were involved in this process and that is one more reason to be at Victoria Connections Design District. Aside from getting to know a multitude of creative people, you can also learn some of the amazing history of this city and leave with an optimistic vision of the future.
If you were thinking about taking some time for walking around and get to know iconic places in the city, London Design Festival made that happen for you! It is also a great opportunity to get you updated on both in the city and the design world.
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