Dezeen's top 10 installations and exhibitions at London Design Festival 2015.
The alumni show is spread across the Millbank site in central London and the interactive swing installation is at Rootstein Hopkins Parade Ground.
Design Museum celebrates 50 years of British road signage.
Design Museum exhibition celebrates 50 years of British road signage.
To host the Plants Out Of Place exhibition, a blackened timber pavilion designed by local firm Claridge Architects will be erected in the 12-hectare park at the heart of the Queen's Park Design District in London.
Tom Dixon will present his vision for the future of retail during this year's festival.
Names including Philippe Malouin, Tomás Alonso, Studio Vit and Hilda Hellström will present designs ranging from small everyday objects to large installations across the public spaces of east London's Ace Hotel.
London-based Studio Toogood has created an autobiographical "drawing room" filled with furniture, clothing and personal objects at Somerset House.
Frida Escobedo was invited by the London museum to create a summer pavilion in its John Madejski Garden – but she instead decided to create a flexible stage that can be reconfigured for different activities.