The London Design Festival 2017 is coming, and, since the event has so much to offer, sometimes the participants don’t know what to do in it or what to see. So, Best Design Events felt compelled to create you a guide through the London Design Festival 2017, where you can find everything you need to know about the Festival, from the best events to the luxury hotels to stay over during the event. have a look at our guide and get ready for one of the best design events in the world.
Villa Walala is an exuberantly colorful and unexpected architectural landscape in Exchange Square, Broadgate. Constructed from vinyl, sealed PVC inners, and high-strength nylon, it is a ‘soft-textured building-block castle’ covered and colored with digitally printed patterns. The component shapes are pinned to the ground and inflated by fans, transforming them from flat forms into a vast and immersive temporary island of shape and color that begs to be explored, invites playfulness, relieves stress, and visually dominates the area.
Decorex, the UK’s leading destination for interior design, will take place this September on the historic grounds of Syon Park, as the opening event of the London Design Festival. Featuring more than 400 of the most recognized and emerging exhibitor’s worldwide, including rising numbers of new participants, this esteemed event is the only one of its kind for the high-end interiors market. The show’s 2017 edition will also include a number of notable feature spaces and will see the return of Future Heritage: the acclaimed display of work by some of the leading emerging names in British craft.
London Design Fair hosts the biggest collection of international exhibitions, designers, brands, country pavilions, features and exhibitions in one destination during the London Design Festival. Located in the creative core of East London, the Fair is a four-day interior design event that brings together 500 exhibitors from over 28 countries. As the destination of the annual London Design Festival, over 27,000 influential retail buyers, architects, interior designers, press, designers and design-savvy public attend to see and specify the very latest furniture, lighting, textiles, materials and conceptual installations from around the world.
The Intercontinental Hotels has a new venue in London. Commonly found in the chain’s hotels, the property has shine, business-like aura where you can feel the luxury and the empowering spirit from the first step inside the venue.
This hotel’s design was inspired in the industrial area of Bankside, where it’s located. With 292 rooms including executive rooms, suites and a luxury penthouse, a bar and a restaurant, this luxury hotel has a strategic location to enjoy some of the most iconic places of the city.
On the center of Shoreditch, famous for its buzzing nightlife, is one of the best places to stay and enjoy the city. The Courthouse Hotel has 128 guest rooms and suites, and a luxurious spa, pool and fitness suite. The perfect place to get away from all the city’s commotion!
This boutique hotel is located in a beautiful 1920s townhouse in Knightsbridge, that was restored with a modern take, with an art deco inspiration. The venue is capable of impressing anyone, from the moment they walk through the hallway.
It has only 36 rooms, all designed by the award-winning designer Fox Linton and inspired by a celebrity of the decade. In the Oval Restaurant, you can enjoy some of the best Italian food. There is also a heated cigar terrace and a small room where you can find the largest range of cigars that can be bought individually.
Address: 11 Knightsbridge, SW1X 7LY, London