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The London Design Festival

The London Design Festival VIP Programme, run by Arts Co for three years, is a bespoke series of extraordinary events allowing access to an unparalleled network of people

It includes influencers in design, politics, business and media including Zaha Hadid, Amanda Levete, Sir John Pawson, Boris Johnson, Nigel Coates, Sir Terence Conran, Sir John Sorrell, Tom Dixon, David …

Josh Knowles

Polluted Aquarium by designer Josh Knowles in Bloomberg’s office was a creative response that celebrated waterways and explored the issue of water pollution on World Earth Day

His sculptural installation comprised a large domestic aquarium containing classical underwater temple ruins accompanied by other elements of “debris” – model cars, oil drums and tyres, showing the more recent …

Waste Not, Want It

‘Waste Not, Want It’ 2011 is the latest in a series of specially commissioned art and design projects that bring the best of emerging international taken into the heart of Bloomberg’s London office

Commissioned for Bloomberg Philanthropy by art and design agency Arts Co, ‘Waste Not, Want It’ provides a platform for some of the UK’s most dynamic designers. The unique furniture and …

Ballantine’s Whisky

Leading artists and designers come together to create various elements for a pop-up Ballantine’s Whisky bar at Nettie Horn Gallery curated by Arts Co

Revealed at the Nettie Horn Art Gallery on Vyner Street in the heart of London’s contemporary art district, the installation was a unique project involving six international, contemporary artists who …

From Now to Eternity – Plastic in design

Plastic is with us from now to eternity: impervious to bacteria, acid, salt, rust, breakage and, in some cases, able to withstand heat. It is something of a miracle substance. …

Die Green Live Pretty

Die Green Live Pretty, an exhibition of site-specific works, in filmmaker and philanthropist Pia Getty’s home during Frieze Art Fair

Contemporary artists and designers Simon Heijdens, Claire Morgan, D-fuse, Adam King and Mark McGowan responded personally to the controversy surrounding the environmental debate. The issue of climate change is one …