British Design 1948-2012: V&A Museum reveals next year’s major spring exhibition

London’s Victoria and Albert Museum announced plans for its major spring exhibition next year which will showcase more than 60 years of British design. The timeline runs from the Olympics of 1948 to the 2012 Games.

It will be the first exhibition to show the ways in which artists and designers from the UK have produced innovative and internationally recognized works from post-war to present. The aim is to reinforce Britain’s status as a global leader in design. Continue reading

Pets allowed: The W Hotel at Leicester Square in London

The W Hotel at Leicester Square is not only a few steps away from London’s clubbing and entertainment hub, it also makes the hearts of design addicts leap for joy. Located in the capital’s famous Wardour Street the city spa hotel offers one of the best views over London and the perfect feelgood factor for all your senses.

A nice extra: W Hotels all over the world are pet-friendly hotels. Dogs and cats are liked to be seen and welcomed with a toy and treat packet at your arrival. During your stay special pet services are available through Concierge to make your quadruped’s experience as spectacular as yours. So your fury friends can enjoy a walk through the nearest Dog Park while you are on a business meeting or just enjoying a shopping day in the city.

image source: http://www.wlondon.co.uk

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