The first London Design Biennale opened to the public in the British capital. It presents works from 37 countries around the theme “Utopia Design” – inspired by the fiction work of Thomas More: “Utopia”.
The Austrian installation comprises suspended lights. When in balance, the lights shine, but when there is movement, the lights go out, reflecting the instability of a utopian state, when subjected to the reality of everyday life.
In the artistic area of South Africa at the London Design Biennale, visitors are invited to enter into the jaws of wild animals. The exhibition is the brainchild of award-winning designer Porky Hefer. Other interesting installation is the one from Taiwan, entitled “Eatopia”, offers the public a unique culinary experience. The aim is to celebrate the country and the cultural plurality.
The “Mezzing in Lebanon” brings some of the streets of Beirut to the center of London, celebrating the utopia through the day to day of the people of Lebanon.
The London Design Biennale takes place at Somerset House until 27 September so, don’t miss this chance to see the best of world’s design.
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