The V&A is showcasing British design next month, including the work of Ron Arad, Matthew Hilton, Tomato and Inflate at its second Village FÃªte. To be held on 27 and 28 July, the event is created by the V&A’s contemporary team and Scarlet Projects.
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Much of the work at this year’s event is underpinned by sustainability, with designs from the likes of Mexico, the UAE and Scandinavia all being featured for their eco-friendly credentials.
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