London Design Festival will be returning to the capital this September, celebrating and promoting London as the design capital of the world. Now in its fifteenth year, venues and institutions across the city will be hosting a variety of events and exhibitions between the 16-24 September 2017.

As is now customary, this year’s programme once again fills the Victoria & Albert museum with an extraordinary range of design installations large and small, intricate and majestic.

Some of the most notable exhibitions include Ross Lovegrove’s fluid sculpture Transmission (pictured), and Villa Walala by Camille Walala. Lovegrove’s mind-boggling structure is made of alcantara material and is digitally printed. ‘My installation is an intuitive emotional response towards the immersive physical impact of the works within the space. Transmission is the three-dimensionalisation of the two-dimensional tapestries into a single, sculptural, tactile fold.’

Walala, who has worked with big brands such as Nintendo and Nike, has designed an installation within the heart of Broadgate by Liverpool Street station. In partnership with British Land, Walala’s installation transforms materials and space, using her characteristic use of exuberant geometries and bold colours.

Elsewhere Flynn Talbot will be taking up the Prince Consort Gallery at the V&A with his specially designed Reflection Room. The artist explains, “I conceived the idea standing in the gallery, and wanted to add my story on top of the beautiful existing architecture but not to take it over. With all of my work, I want to create new experiences using light that build a connection between people and place.”

Most of the events are free to enter but for some booking is necessary. To find out more head to the London Design Festival website.