This September sees the London Design Festival, one of the most important events on the global design calendar, mark its tenth anniversary.
Since 2003, the Festival has been responsible for showcasing a range of exciting and ambitious projects, from installations in London's public spaces to commissioned projects, highlighting emerging talent, in museums and galleries.
Year on year, the Festival has evolved and developed in terms of its partners and its audience with 2011 seeing over 300 separate events and projects in London as part of the ten-day celebration.
For 2012, a year when the global spotlight is firmly on London, the Festival announced a program that will more than equal the quality, imagination and innovation that it has demonstrated for the last decade.
"The London Design Festival continues to present design in new ways to an ever expanding audience," said Ben Evans, Director of London Design Festival. "We stay ahead by being different and more relevant each year."