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Calling all London design junkies 27 January, 2010

Posted by CandidaB in Candida's blog.
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It’s eight months away but already a prominent fixture in our calendar: the London Design Festival 2010.

Because September is quite a bit away, here are some exciting events to keep you entertained in the meantime:

Shoreditch’s Kemistry Gallery opened its latest show, Hvass & Hannibal: Losing the Plot, last week. The exhibition features works by Danish designers Nan Na Hvass and Sofie Hannibal, whose wooden sculptures, silkscreen prints and posters explore the collation and sorting of random data through colourful geometric patterns. Sounds a bit techie but looks really exciting, and great inspiration for the trippy trend around at the moment…

We are also keen to see the second part of the Design Museum’s Designers in Residence program, which starts tomorrow and features work by architect Asif Khan, RCA graduate Bethan Wood and design collective Farm.

Image credit: Luke Hayes

We’re also counting down the days to the new Ron Arad exhibition at the Barbican, and will be sure to bring you the best and the worst bits when it opens next month.



1. StephanieC - 27 January, 2010

i am glad to see you are promoting lesser known galleries as well as bigger ones. Kemistry is great. Thanks for the heads up!

2. moonpig - 28 January, 2010

Love this post – I’m hopeless when it comes to seeking out events and exhibitions so this was a big help. Thanks!

3. celiastuartmenteth - 28 January, 2010

I can’t wait for the Ron Arad exhibition at the Barbican! Please mydeco bring us the highlights as soon as it opens..

4. Bethany Wrede Peterson - 28 January, 2010

love hearing about all the newest in interior design, but always get excited to read more about upcoming exhibitions – art and design are inextricably linked and it’s an area mydeco could be focusing on more. Way to go!

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