Provocation and creativity at V&A Museum

Launched in 2009, the collaboration between the Victoria&Albert Museum and the London Design Festival has been a roaring success in terms of initiatives and participation levels and returns this year with an array of events, conferences and installations that ooze surprise, provocation and absolute creativity. Of the many stops inside the Museum, don’t miss the Mexican Pavilion, where architect Frida Escobedo has created the You Know You Cannot See Yourself So Well As By Reflection installation in the John Madejski Garden. Next stop is The Ogham Wall installation, created by Grafton Architects as part of the Irish Design 2015 government initiative. And not forgetting the Curiosity Cloud project by Austrian team mischer’traxler for Perrier-Jouët, before things are rounded off with the extremely tall The Tower of Babel installation, courtesy of artist Barnaby Barford