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London Design Festival 2016 – Highlights

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For anybody interested in design, the London Design Festival 2016 is a ‘must-see’ event in their London calendar.

In this blog post, we have assembled some of the highlights of this year’s edition of the event.

First up is a ‘preview’ of the highlights of the London Design Festival 2016 by The Telegraph:

Click to read the ‘preview’

Next is a list of the Evening Standard’s ‘top product picks’ and ‘interiors showstoppers’:

Click to see the ‘top picks’

Our image for this article features the ‘scent sculptures’ created Zuza Mengham in collaboration with ‘Laboratory Perfumes. It is an artistic exploration of the relationship between scent and the other human senses.

Click to find out more about ‘scent sculptures’

For us here at PAIRFUM, Alison Brooks Architects’ curving ‘smile’ was the stand-out installation this year. As a matter of fact, we are surprised it is not in the Guiness Book of record as the world’s biggest smile !

Click to see the smile !

Another one of our favourites is Asif Khan’s MINI LIVING ‘forests’ installation in shoreditch, london.

It is placed designed to help us relax, increase our productivity and invite meet-ups.

Click to see the mini forest.


Instead of a summary, The Telegraph reviews what it regards as the Top 6 Interiors Trends from the London Design Festival.

Click to read The Telegraph summary

The Telegraph has, however, also published highlights of what is assessed as ‘best in show’.

Click here to read about the ‘best in show’ by The Telegraph


As a final summary, we should not forget the website of the London Design Festival itself. It also features two summaries of this year’s event.

Click to go the official website for the London Design Festival


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