There’s nowhere I’d rather be right now than in London. September in this wonderful city is proving to be a design lover’s dream.

Every corner of the capital has something different and exciting on offer, so through the eyes of a lighting designer I’ve put together some must-sees:

London Design Biennale: 4 – 23 September, Somerset House

2018 Colourscape Music Festival: 15 – 23 September, Clapham Common

Memory & Light: 15 – 23 September, V&A Museum

mycoocoon “Colour Energy” Hub: 15 – 23 September, 17a Old Nichol Street, E2 7HR

ELECTROANALOGUE by Tom Dixon: 15 – 23 September, Coal Office, King’s Cross

Paddington Central Design Route: 15 – 23 September, Paddington

The Paddington Central Flip Book Garden by Studio Appétit: 15 – 23 September, Canal Side, Sheldon Square, Paddington

Decorex International: 16 – 19 September, Syon Park – Nulty Bespoke is exhibiting at this luxury event (Stand E44), so make sure you pop by and say hello!

Es Devlin: Please Feed the Lions: 18 -23 September, Trafalgar Square

100%design: 19 – 22 September, Olympia

Focus/18 – Moritz Waldemeyer: 19 – 21 September, Design Centre, Chelsea Harbour

darc room: 19 – 20 September, Nicholls & Clarke Building, 3/10 Shoreditch High Street

designjunction: 20 – 23 September, South Bank

London Design Fair: 20 – 23 September, Old Truman Brewery, Brick Lane

Open House: 22 – 23 September, all across London!

Lastly, here are five installations that Design Week suggests to catch during London Design Festival. One I’ve already mentioned, but the other four also look like they’re not to be missed.

Blog post by Martina Alagna