A preview of the London Design Festival 2019: ‘Please be seated’ by Paul Cocksedge
By admin - 2019-06-06
‘Please be Seated‘, designed by British designer Paul Cocksedge is the most ambitious of the British Land’s commissions for the next London Design Festival.
Located in the heart of Broadgate – a diverse hub connecting innovation and finance – ‘Please be seated’ will be a large-scale installation, a functional sculpture which re-imagines and re-uses scaffolding wood planks, and creates a space for seating, as well as to walk under, or find shade.
LDF – 14 /22 September 2019
London Design Festival returns to London for its 17th year the next September 2019 with a program of events and installations across the city. This year also marks 11 years with the V&A as a collaborating partner and the official Festival hub.
Initially established in 2003 by Sir John Sorrell and Ben Evans, London Design Festival is an annual citywide celebration that brings together a global community of designers, artists, architects, and the creative industries with a vision to celebrate and promote London as the design capital of the world. Since its inception, the London Design Festival has grown to encompass a broad range of activities and attracts visitors from around the world.
above and cover image: ‘Please be Seated’ by Paul Cocksedge
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