london design festival 2013 guide to our interactive map
london design festival 2013 guide to our interactive map london design festival 2013 guide to our interactive map
sep 02, 2013

london design festival 2013 guide to our interactive map

london design festival 2013 guide to our interactive map



follow the link to the designboom LDF 2013 map here



this year’s london design festival is readily approaching, held from the 14-22 september it features over 300 events and exhibitions showcasing the highest level of design and architecture. to gain an easy understanding of this year’s events we’ve curated an interactive map to help you plan your festival experience. divided into ten zones, the map is an easy way to navigate around the design district’s best spots. our coverage is from the 17th to the 22 september, and simply by clicking on the left hand side you can see what’s on throughout the week. also, we’ve given you the option to choose the type of event – either an exhibition, party or talk. the map allows you to selectively discover what’s happening and where. currently a work in progress, please submit any additional information on events that are not yet covered. make sure to check the map daily for updates as we will continue to add events, parties and seminars featured at the festival!



the map is divided into the festival’s different zones, for easy navigation around the city



discover london’s galleries, schools and studios that are located nearby, many of which feature at the festival



click on one of the map’s toggles to find out details of the event: where and when it’s on, a short description, the type of event – exhibition, party or talk, and also a link to the gallery / designer’s website



follow the link to the designboom LDF 2013 map here



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