Magazine London sits at the top of Greenwich Peninsula on the South Bank of the River Thames, boasting uninterrupted cityscapes. Greenwich Peninsula is London’s fastest-growing cultural neighbourhood and home to the thriving Design District — an area described by the Evening Standard as ‘the capital’s new design epicentre’.
This former industrial site has been revitalised for a new era and has become one of the most visited entertainment districts in the world — home to renowned venues like The O2.
Explore London’s first elevated linear park, The Tide, a series of raised walkways and Thames-side paths by the studio behind New York’s acclaimed The High Line. Encounter world-class contemporary public artworks including sculptures by Damien Hirst and Antony Gormley. Kick back and relax in Central Park, the lungs of the neighbourhood and a natural respite from the hustle and bustle of the city.
After a busy day exploring, grab food and drink at some of London’s best independent bars and restaurants. Sample street food flavours from the Design District Canteen, London’s newest street food destination, or indulge in a platter and a pitcher just a stone’s throw from the tube station.
Watch out for the upcoming Design District Creates series in conjunction with the London Design Festival 2022 running from 17th – 25th September. The district will be activated with experiences throughout the week, from Bureau Talks, an intimate talks series with industry thought leaders running throughout the week, a retail trail which will see tenants open their studios and workshops to the public, and even the Design District’s first birthday party on Wednesday 21st September.
From 21st – 24th September Design London returns to Magazine London, with the design-led exhibition offering visitors the opportunity to explore everything from sought-after brands, to experiential installations and exclusive parties.
This inspiring space for London’s creatives offers plenty of stylish hang outs, pre & post-event.