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6 must-see exhibits at the London Design Festival 2017

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Villa Walala

Words by Olivia Michel

The London Design Festival (LDF) will return to the city from September 16 – 24, 2017. This year marks the festival’s 15th celebration of local and international creativity. A huge number of artists will be showcasing their designs, from architecture to fashion, with installations hosted in locations such as Somerset House, the V&A Museum and the streets of Brixton. Click through to see our selection of the exhibits you can’t miss.

1. Villa Walala

This year’s LDF landscape project aims to bring some colour and jocundity to London. Designed by artist Camille Walala in partnership with British Land, the installation is a soft castle sculpture composed of materials such as vinyl, nylon and PVC. Villa Walala is a playful, interactive piece of art, created with the purpose of exciting curiosity and relieving the stress of city work life.

Villa Walala will be displayed for the entirety of the festival in Exchange Square, Broadgate.

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