For almost two decades the London Design Festival (LDF) has been an epicentre of global design. In collaboration with the V&A, where the festival finds its main hub, LDF sprawls across London with interactive exhibitions, experiential installations, bold architectural design and art housed in the city’s most revered and unique locations.
Exclusive for 2019, designer Dan Tobin Smith and The Experience Machine present VOID, a multi-sensory spatial installation at Collins Theatre, Islington. The Czechoslavakian sculptor Rony Plesl presents Sacred Geometry, an illuminated woodland placed at the foot of a religious shrine at the V&A. Investigating themes of how human and artificial intelligence, technology and creative design are becoming more integrated, Affinity in Autonomy portrays emotion and sensitivity through an interactive swinging, robotic pendulum.
The London Design Festival takes residence in multiple venues across London, 14 to 22 September. Find out more here.
Main image credit: Reflection Room, Flynn Talbot Design