First of all, I’m so sorry for not sticking to my plan and attempting to post a little something during the week about London Design Festival. IT WAS MENTAL. The whole week was filled with building stands, working on the door for events, supporting clients at shows – all whilst continuing with the normal duties any standard week requires. However, I did get to have a little fun at some after parties and scouring the likes of designjunction and Tent so there was plenty of opportunity to meet lots of gorgeous people and enjoy far too many cocktails. If you didn’t know, I also featured in Time Out this week talking about Covent Garden and the Metro newsletter choosing my top 3 LDF picks. Still a little overexcited about it all, so I urge you to subscribe now (just in case my design picks are ever required again and because it genuinely is a pretty good read!) For now, here are a few photographs of my favourite parts of the week.
Eataipei’s culinary introduction to Taiwan, the 2016 Design Capital. Five courses of visual heaven.
David Irwin’s VIP lounge at designjunction
The remarkable wooden tube station by Camilla Barnard.
Amazing printed scarves by Jonna Saarinen at Tent London
Patternity x Paperless Post playground at Somerset House
Probably my favourite stand at Tent London – Feathr (I hope to chat to them more soon!)