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AJ insider: What to see at the London Design Festival

The AJ’s roving reporter, Crystal Bennes, presents the insider’s guide to the London Design Festival (LDF)

The London Design Festival is in full swing with exhibitions, installations, talks and parties happening all over the capital until 26 September. 

Kram and Weisshaar’s Audi robots in Trafalgar Square seem to be attracting the most attention (and derision) so far, but there’s plenty more to see all over town. 

Two events are attracting considerable buzz and definitely worth visiting:  Finnish pop-up restaurant and design exhibition, Hel Yes!, and Studio Toogood’s foraging installation, Super Natural. 

With Tent London and 100% Design opening on 23 September, this weekend sees the Festival at its busiest and is the perfect time to check out what LDF has to offer.

For more of the AJ’s picks, visit our dedicated LDF site

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