The Good Home at London Design Festival

Together with Alexandra Deschamps-Sonsino and a wide range of collaborators, we’ve been exploring better solutions for urban living in the 21st century in the Good Home Project.

We’re in the middle of preparing the upcoming installment at the London Design Festival.

A quick overview of the (draft) titles for the projects we’ve confirmed so far.

//Modular Architecture:make the rented space work for you by Travis Perkins Innovation & Simon Saint of Woods Bagot

//DataBrick by Mark Simpkins

The data portal and shadow manager for your home. Every home can be smart, connected and secure.

//Privacy Dimmer by Peter Bihr

A thermostat-like device that helps you control your privacy levels easily in your own home.

//Made Near You by Alexandra Deschamps-Sonsino

An easy way to eat local and get to know your local food producers.

//Home Sweet by Alexandra Deschamps-Sonsino

An online platform to help you, your neighbours and your council connect.

//Examining religious attitudes towards technology: totemic presence, heirlooms and rituals in the connected home by Marta Monge, Giulia Liverani, Fabrizio Garda and Marco Signoretto.

//Essay by Tom Armitage for our exhibition newspaper.


//Opening evening & Panel discussion, 16/9 7-9pm

Join us to discuss a discussion on future home living in cities and beyond with and without technology.

(Speakers TBA)

//The Brexit Bedroom

We are looking for proposals for poster ideas that a teenager living through Brexit might have. Selected designs will be printed, included on site during the exhibition and then sent to the designer after the exhibition has ended.

Email us a dropbox link at info at thegoodhome dot org before September 1st.

Workshops & Experiences

//Low Carbon Lunch 1-2pm every day (£7/head)

During the whole duration of our presence at #ldf16 we will be having an open lunch where we will eat food that has been made on site and locally grown. We will use that time to have a conversation about

//Dhrubo’s Green Challenge, 17/9 2-5pm (Tickets on sale soon)

Join us for a workshop to look at the challenges of a south London family and help them design their home to make more out of less while exploring home improvement, extension & retro-fitting.