London Design Festival 2015 Highlights | Part II

100 best hotels and restaurants

Last Friday, BRABBU team brought you the first part of London Design Festival 2015 highlights. With the final day of the festival, BRABBU is now bringing the final part of London Design Festival 2015 highlights.

During London Design Festival 2015 we walked around the city, and the following design pieces, exhibitons or/and installations were some of the best that London gave to the design world this year.

RELATED HISTORY: LONDON DESIGN FESTIVAL 2015 HIGHLIGHTS | PART I

Zaha Hadid, BIG and others reinterpret Arne Jacobsen‘s Series 7 chair

london design festival 2015 highlights london design festival highlights a

Zaha Hadid, BIG and others reinterpret Arne Jacobsen’s Series 7 chair for Fritz Hansen.

Patricia Urquiola‘s Salinas System based on her grandfather’s kitchen

london design festival 2015 london design festival highlights 2015 d london design festival 2015 london design festival highlights 2015 f

Italian brand Boffi presented a modular kitchen system by Spanish designer Patricia Urquiola at its Chelsea showroom during London Design Festival 2015.

Boca do Lobo banner BB

The Shooting Star Sculpture by Alex Chinneck

london design festival 2015 decorex 2015 Alex Chinneck 6 london design festival 2015 decorex 2015 Alex Chinneck 5

Known for his architectural installations that involve visual trickery, Alex Chinneck is set to balance a telegraph pylon top-down at a site on the Greenwich Peninsula so it appears to have fallen from the sky.

Ready Made Go exhibition

london design festival 2015 london design festival highlights 2015

From left to right: Ashtray by Tomas Alonso, Door handle by Philippe Malouin, Stool by Philippe Malouin, Table lamp by Studio Vit

Design Museum celebration of 50 years of British road signage

london design festival 2015 london design festival highlights 2015 b london design festival 2015 london design festival highlights 2015 c

BANNER BB

What you think of our choices? Share with us your opinion in the comments section below, and let us know which projects/products will you choose as London Design Festival 2015 highlights.

SEE ALSO: LONDON DESIGN FESTIVAL TO SHOWCASE COLOUR TRENDS 2016

SEE ALSO: LONDON DESIGN FESTIVAL – AN UPSIDE-DOWN SCULPTURE BY ALEX CHINNECK