London Design Biennale Postponed Due to Coronavirus

The third edition scheduled for June 2021

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London Design Biennale Postponed Due to Coronavirus
19/05/2020 - London Design Biennale has been officially postponed until 2021. The third edition will now take place in June 2021, still at Somerset House and curated by Artistic Director Es Devlin.
 
An official note clarifies the suspension of the event: 'London Design Biennale is a global gathering of the world’s most ambitious and imaginative designers, curators, and design institutes. It was conceived to give a voice to the most important design thinking from around the world.

The countries, cities and territories in our international network are core to our mission. Keeping our visitors and designers safe remains our priority and given the current international travel restrictions and potential quarantine requirements, we are postponing the 2020 Biennale exhibition to 2021. The third edition will now take place in June 2021, still at Somerset House, London.

London Design Biennale’s role in facilitating and sharing international design solutions is needed now more than ever – and we are creating a new strategic initiative with Chatham House Royal Institute of International Affairs to provide a platform for the international design community to collaborate and exchange radical ideas. Further details of this unique and major partnership will be announced in the coming weeks.'
 
It's official, the third edition of London Design Biennale, will now take place in June 2021, curated by Artistic Director Es Devlin. Taking over the entirety of Somerset House, including the Edmond J. Safra Fountain Court and River Terrace, participants will respond to the theme, Resonance, which considers the ripple effect of ground-breaking design concepts on the way we live, and the choices we make.

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