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Cromwell Rd, Knightsbridge, London SW7 2RL, UK

Organised by London Design Festival

Think that design has the power to create a better tomorrow? With speakers from the Cabinet Office’s Policy Unit and the design office that proposed converting Buckingham Palace into social housing, Pushing the Needle – the Power of Speculative Design will explore if speculative design can pave the way for workable solutions to today’s most pressing challenges and affect future policy or perhaps give a vision of a future that forces us to redress our current course.

Becky Hill, Service Designer, Policy Unit, The Cabinet Office
Benedikt Hartl, Director, Opposite Office

Location: Hochhauser Auditorium, Sackler Centre for Arts Education, Victoria and Albert Museum
Time: 15.20 – 16.10

Organised by Global Design Forum
Global Design Forum is the London Design Festival’s curated thought leadership programme, celebrating design and the minds shaping its future. Taking place throughout the Festival at the V&A and supported by Oppo as Headline Partner, the Forum features a unique mix of talks, debates, tours and workshops that together reflect the most innovative thinking in the world of design today.
  • design
  • talks
  • future
  • speculativedesign
London Design Festival: Pushing the needle – the power of speculative designCromwell Rd, Knightsbridge, London SW7 2RL, UKSold Out