London Design Biennale

London Design Biennale is an international exhibition and thought leadership programme featuring world leading design innovation and creativity from countries across the globe. The event reveals the potential of design to respond radically to changing social and environmental needs, its contribution to the world economy and its power to drive change and find solutions for the benefit of all. Launched in 2016, with successful editions in 2018 and 2021, the exhibition asks participants to present compelling ideas from a diversity of viewpoints and across a broad range of design disciplines.

Open Call Dutch pavilion

Het Nieuwe Instituut launched an open call for (individual) curators and collectives to send a proposal for the Dutch presentation at the London Design Biennale 2023: The Global Game: Remapping Collaborations.Together with the Dutch Embassy of the United Kingdom, which is supporting the Dutch contribution to this biennale edition, Het Nieuwe Instituut invited curators and collectives to send a proposal that represents the Dutch design field and builds on its strengths in international collaboration. Spatial designer, writer and editor Colin Keays has been selected as the curator for the Dutch pavilion with his proposal ‘Disorientation pavilion’. Read more about Keays and his proposal here.


Somerset House
London, United Kingdom


General admission from £25
Early booking (until the end of february) £20

Tickets are available here.