5 Places to Go During London Design Festival 2015

The only events you absolutely can't afford to miss during the annual, influential design show.

Mise-en-abyme at the V&A. 
Mise-en-abyme at the V&A. 

For lovers of all things creative, the 12th annual London Design Festival cannot be missed—or ignored. Featuring hundreds of events held from September 19-27, the celebration offers an abundance of choice throughout the city. To aid your navigation, we’ve rounded up the best that the festival has to offer.

A Bullet from a Shooting Star has crashed into Greenwich Peninsula, and to dramatic effect. Alex Chinneck’s jarring transmission tower converses with its historically industrial surroundings.

Who better than the V&A to host a slew of landmark installations? Zotem, Mise-en-abyme, Curiosity Cloud, The Cloakroom, and more have all cozied up inside this Brompton institution.

Head to Shoreditch to see Lee Broom’s first-ever collection of vases, exhibited in a temporary “Flower Shop” redesign of his flagship store. Pro tip: visit the basement kitchen for your fix of edible flora by Pip McCormac.

From September 24-27, The Land of the Midnight Sun comes to Brick Lane for the 100% Norway show, featuring the best furniture, interior and product design from one of the country's at the field's forefront.

At the same time, the preeminent designjunction will return for its fifth year. The event in central London boasts more programming than you can shake a stick at, including pop-ups and live workshops.

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