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Your guide to the unmissable design events in London this autumn
As part of London Design Festival 2018, designjunction returns for its eighth edition. We tell you what to do, see, and eat
From immersive experiences to V&A pop-up workshops, London Design Festival 2018 celebrates the best of contemporary design
From the innovative to the nostalgic, find out what's in store for the Somerset House exhibitions programme, Autumn Season
At 263.4m tall, The Diamond skyscraper will feature high-end offices, shops and a triple-height public viewing gallery on the 56th floor
Culture Whisper's edit of the most gorgeous interior design trends (and things to swoon over) this summer from the worlds of art, design and interiors
The Serpentine Summer Season is upon us; here's what you need to know about the Pavilion, Serpentine Park Nights, Radical Lunches and the monumental floating Mastaba
Art Fund Museum of the Year Announced: Tate St Ives crowned the winner
Our ultimate guide to the best design events of the year. Here's what we loved, what's still on, and what to get excited for
A comic tragedy: the musical theatre adaptation of Alison Bechdel’s graphic novel Fun Home is a vital, life-affirming show that's not to be missed
Progress and pop art: Ed Ruscha’s Course of Empire at the National Gallery is a 2018 highlight
The Inheritance: West End Transfer. A generation after the AIDS crisis, Matthew Lopez’s The Inheritance provides a panoramic view of gay life in New York City
Social activist theatre at its best: after an impressive Young Vic premiere, The Jungle transfers to the West End
Go postal: London’s Mail Rail and Postal Museum let you explore one of the city's subterranean secrets
Ritual, reverence and disgust: The Death of Louis XIV impresses with slow-burning, stomach-turning intensity
Alone in Berlin is a harrowing telling of the true story of Otto and Elise Hampel, who resisted the Nazi regime in the German capital
London’s only museum dedicated to the art, history and design of gardens has finally been brought back to life
Plucky modern twists on British dishes are the order of the day at Parabola, the Design Museum's new spot for ultimate cultural respite
Jewellery and accessories have a new home in the basement of the Harvey Nichols Knightsbridge store
Apple, the revamped flagship store on Regent Street is a must-see. Here's why
Swirling new design revealed for the latest gallery at the Science Museum. Zaha Hadid Architects add their geometric finesse to the equation
The unstoppable sculptor du jour Conrad Shawcross is back with a new structure in Greenwich Peninsula