Here's a look at designersblock, part of London Design Festival, and some of our favorite designs.
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London's Victoria and Albert Museum hosted a series of specially commissioned, mesmerizing installations during London Design Festival.
While spending his days imprisoned in Beijing, artist/activist Ai Weiwei created 176 portraits out of LEGO bricks for an exhibition.
A reality-jarring exhibition of a meticulously crafted a TSA airport security checkpoint made entirely out of sculpted wood.
During the London Design Festival, we visit 19 Greek Street - "an alternative space for design expression and experimentation."
A playful project of functional objects with distorted details that are meant to act as conceptual representations of time.
A design project that helps preserve some of the world's most rare and endangered flora.
Michal Maciej Bartosik is back with a new iteration of his lighting structure, Tensegrity.
Maskull Lasserre is a sculptor who carves discarded sculptures to reveal internal bone and muscle structure.
From the creative mind of Sebastian Errazuriz, this cabinet "explodes" with a simple motion.
Architect Talin Hazber studied sand and its properties by creating a cascading fixture of lamps made out of it.
This collection of furniture is rooted in the nature of wood.
An interactive wall sculpture that covers a facade in metal panels in two colors to give the illusion of movement and transparency.
Mind-blowing concrete and metal sculptures that will make you think the metal is made out of elastic.
A fresh new company debuts their first collection that was supported through crowdfunding.
Artist Jonathan Keep's custom delta 3D printer made from DIY tools and parts ordered off the internet prints "Digital Pots" out of clay.