As London Design Festival's Lighting Partner, SEAM returns to LDF'18 to light up this year's Landmark Project - MultiPly, an ambitious sculptural vision from Waugh Thistleton Architects. This pre-fabricated modular pavilion stems from their extensive interest and deep rooted design ethos surrounding low environmental impact and strong social engagement. Inspired by English pleasure gardens and mazes, Waugh Thistleton Architects with ARUP have pushed the integrity of cross laminated timber using the latest model to fabrication technology and experimental thinking on pre-fabrication methods with sustainability at its heart. Balancing between simplicity, complexity and interaction - MultiPly is emphasised by a lighting scheme designed by SEAM which was pre-planned and carefully integrated into the fabrication process, assembly and staging of the pavilion. "We have been a part of London Design Festival Projects since 2011. MultiPly is one of the most ambitious Landmark Projects we've ever worked on in terms of lighting in anticipation of prefabrication and under the pressure of limited assembly time within a matter of days. " says SEAM Director Marci Song. SEAM previously worked on Timber Wave, AL_A’s intricate freestanding arch for the London Design Festival's Landmark Project in 2011 at the Victoria and Albert Museum's entrance along Cromwell Road. This year's landmark project is set within the recently completed V&A extension at Exhibition Road - the Sackler Courtyard. "It is always a pleasure to work with artists and architects to create engaging public art pieces to be enjoyed during the day and also at night particularly for a city like London which has a culturally rich night time economy", adds Ms Song.