Patternbank are excited to be part of Arts Thread’s ‘Drop In Portfolio Reviewfor London Design Festival, at the V&A this Monday September 18th 1pm -3:30pm.

Design students and graduates are invited to bring their portfolio of work for advice, guidance and review from industry experts, who include Nissan Design Europe creative and Arts Thread to name a few. Patternbank’s very own Neil Elliott, Senior Trend Editor, will be guiding students & graduates on how to fine tune their portfolios for optimum effect. If you are a textiles student or graduate and in London this Monday pop down to the V&A with your Portfolio.

Monday September 18 2017 1pm – 3.30pm ‘Drop In Portfolio Review’ V&A, Art Studio, Sackler Centre for arts education – Free Drop In Event

London Design Festival will be returning to venues and institutions across the city between the 16-24 September 2017. London Design Festival celebrates and promotes London as the design capital of the world.

Below are some London Design Festival highlights that are worth a visit if you’re in London next week.

Reflection Room by Flynn Talbot (Victoria and Albert Museum)

Reflection Room, by designer Flynn Talbot, is an immersive coloured light experience that will be the first London Design Festival installation to be housed in the Prince Consort Gallery. Reflection Room is an immersive, coloured light experience that will be the first London Design Festival installation to be housed in the Prince Consort Gallery. The vaulted space is lit at each end to highlight and define the dramatic 35m length of the gallery, its ceiling structure and visitors to the installation. It is illuminated with Talbot’s signature of complementary blue and orange lighting, and large black reflective Barrisol panels are used to expand the width of the space, offering a fragmented view of shifting colours, faceted reflections and light. More info

Villa Walala by Camille Walala

Textile designer Camille Walala has created a huge inflatable sculpture, titled Villa Walala, that dominates Exchange Square in Broadgate, a dynamic hub just behind Liverpool Street Station that is owned by British Land. “I want to introduce a sense of the unexpected,” she says of the Landmark Project for London Design Festival. “I think that, to turn a corner into Broadgate, and find a huge, bouncy, pink and patterned house will be hugely entertaining.

Transmission by Ross Lovegrove (Victoria and Albert Museum)

Transmission is a 21.3 meters long fluid sculpture of folded material. Presented by Alcantara, Ross Lovegrove’s installation is an intuitive and evocative response towards the immersive physical atmosphere of the V&A’s tapestry room. Ross Lovegrove’s Transmission is a soft, undulating sculpture that snakes down the centre of V&A’s Tapestries Gallery. Its folds are inspired by the red gown, lined with miniver, worn by a lady in one of the hunting scenes on display in the darkened room. As the 21m-long, free-standing piece of the material divides the space, its serpentine form frames new and surprising views of the 15th-century tapestries. More info

See the full events breakdown here.


 

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