London Design Festival

‘Tilt’ Goldsmiths MA Design Show, Sep 19 – 22

12 September 2013

Problem-solving is at the core of design and for Goldsmiths MA Design show Tilt at Hoxton Gallery at the Arch, running September 19 to 22, some of those problems include London food waste, the perpetual pursuit of more space and future landfill. Hence the fox diners, Japanese modular shelving and a design disposal manifesto being just some of the conundrums showing during London Design Festival.

Covering industrial, communication and spatial design, 40 projects from graduates who’ve already shown at Milan Salone, 100% Design and been recognised at the A’Design Awards, there’s little doubt of the world-class ideas generation no doubt on display.

See the Hoxton Gallery website for more details. **

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Making believe 2011

15 September 2011

As part of this year’s London Design Festival alternative trail and complementing all East London’s must-go events for the week, there’s also a less impressive but probably more interesting (and surely less crowded) venue to add to your list: the Mile End Art Pavilion.

Ami's map in Dalston from project

What’s happening there? This year’s Goldsmith’s graduates will be showcasing their projects (you can already have a quick glimpse on their website). An enormous list of design works that go from the most complex current education system reviews to the most trivial food paradigms…. a lot of cultural entrepreneurship, social & urban interactive gaming proposals and even a world shark population reclassifying attempt (with a fake-flavored shark soup along the way)!

Some are good, some are bad, others are just OK as Mr Ozio would say, but the only way to judge and discover each and everyone of them is to go & visit that far away Mile End Pavillion starting mid-September.

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