A major highlight of the Festival this year included The Mexican Pavilion: ‘You Know You Cannot See Yourself So Well as by Reflection’ by Frida Escobedo. This special project for the John Madejski Garden was conceptualized to celebrate the Year of Mexico in the United Kingdom. Inspired by Tenochtitlán, the Aztec city that was built on a lake, the pavilion was a flexible space made up of layers of reflective surfaces that could be moved and adapted to hold a wide variety of events and activities. Other highlights at the V&A included Zotem by Kim Thomé in the Grand Entrance, Curiosity Cloud by mischer’traxler in the Norfolk House Music Room, The Cloakroom by Faye Toogood, Mise-en-abyme by Laetitia de Allegri and Matteo Fogale, the Ogham Wall by Grafton Architects in the Tapestries Gallery and an exhibition showing works by Robin Day, one of the most significant furniture designers of the 20th century. Although best known for his Polypropylene stacking chair, Day retained a life-long love for wood as a material. The exhibition explores Day’s innovative use of wood in his professional practice together with objects made for the family home and writings that reveal his deep attachment to nature and strong environmental concerns.