London Design Festival’s V&A Museum Design Installations

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London Design Festival’s V&A Museum Design Installations ⇒  The Victoria and Albert Museum has come to life with this year’s London Design Festival amazing installations. The festival, which runs from the 14th to the 22nd of September, has begun installing design pieces outside the museum to draw attention to the event.

 

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Bamboo Ring

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This doughnut-shaped sculpture designed by Kengo Kuma, whose more known projects include the new National Stadium for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games, was crafted completely with bamboo and carbon fibre weaved together to form rings. As bamboo has been a staple in traditional Japanese architecture and symbolizes strength and rapid growth. At the London Design Festival, this installation represents the future of architecture in Kuma’s point of view.

 

Affinity in Autonomy

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Designed by Sony Design, this piece at the London Design Festival alludes to the future of robotics and A.I. The randomly created lines portray the free-will of robotics and its colors are meant to represent the emotional side to A.I as a possibility of developing this sort of relationship with robotics in the future.

 

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Falling Sky

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Falling Sky has been designed as a warning to climate change, and how we need to face and solve this issue urgently. The fragments that make up this London Design Festival installation created by  Matthew McCormick appear to be frozen in the sky, which grants visitors the chance to stop and look closely at all the different angles from which this piece can be admired.

 

Sacred Geometry

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This glass structure designed by Rony Plesl was inspired by the materials needed to create glass – fire and wood. Thanks to an innovative glass-making mold technology created by Bolety, a Czech company, which will be unveiled first-hand at the London Design Festival, this geometrical structure represents a new step in Czech glass history.

 

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