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Nanjing Cultural Weekend in London – 23rd to 25th September 2016



The London Design Festival 2016 has included hundreds of events around London which promotes British and International design. One of the highlights of the International design section has been Nanjing Week which illustrates the different ways that China is moving beyond its strong manufacturing base to develop its design and creative industries.


In the Nanjing weekend event near to Tower Bridge, visitors can explore Movilla which is a unique mobile, multi-purpose space solution created by one of Nanjing’s premier designers.


Easily transportable, it expands on-site. Movilla has a large number of energy generating solar panels and energy and water saving features, it is innovative, eco-friendly and endlessly adaptable for various uses. It expands on-site within 5 minutes from its minimum size of 8m x 2.4m x 3m to its maximum of 11m x 6.5m x 3.2m.This will be the first opportunity to see Movilla in the UK.


If China design is looking forward, it has not forgotten its past with the event featuring musical, cultural and creative events from Nanjing, including traditional Chinese musicians, woodblock printing workshops, Chinese food stalls and Chinese souvenir stalls.


If you would like more information about Nanjing Week, visit the website here

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