Sheffield Hallam re-imagines the 100-year life at London Design Festival

An exploration of the role of design in re-imagining the 100-year life is being showcased by Sheffield Hallam University at London Design Biennale this month, as part of London Design Festival.

The interactive exhibition presents a body of design research to enhance health and wellbeing for an ageing population, developed by the University’s interdisciplinary research group Lab4Living. It is part of the Festival’s EUREKA showcase.

For more information, please visit the Sheffield Hallam University press release here.

Following last week’s Biennale launch, Lab4Living was one of only five exhibitors invited to present work at a reception at No.10 Downing Street hosted by Lucy Frazer MP, Secretary for State for Culture and Media. The reception was to showcase British innovation, and Lab4Living team members Nick Dulake, Paul Chamberlain, Noemie Soula and Ursula Ankeny were in attendance.

For more information, please visit the Lab4Living website here.

Image supplied by London Design Biennale