The latest in a series of thought-provoking talks in which the speakers air their thinking on the trends, ideas, interests and passions that affect culture and society. Javed Khan is a leading figure ...
Join tour guide Andrew Mashigo for a curated audio described tour of Objects of Desire: Surrealism and Design 1924 – Today for blind and partially sighted visitors. In a special relaxed hours tour, ...
Delve into the world of fashion designer Yasmina Atta as she explores her inspirations, influences and ideas on modern day Surrealism with Ayoola Solarin, an arts and culture writer. As a recent ...
A vibrant programme to create pathways into design for 14 to 16 year olds to experiment and imagine a better future together. The Design Museum recognises that the design world isn’t as visibly ...
What does "good" design look like and are there any instructions on how to create it? Dieter Rams, legendary industrial designer, who's "less but better" approach inspired a generation of products, is ...
Join our 3-part online Surrealism Design History course. Find out how the art and literary movement that began in the 1920s came to shape the designed world. Discover the major designers and creatives ...
An overview of exhibitions at the Design Museum since 1989.
Few objects tell the history of modern design more eloquently than the chair. Aesthetic trends, the emergence of new materials and production technologies, ergonomics, social, cultural and behavioural ...
The museum is always looking for bright and passionate people to join our teams and help us build the world's leading museum devoted to contemporary design. For all the latest job vacancies at the ...
If you’ve been to a cafe you’ve probably sat on it. Let’s take a closer look at the design of what many consider to be the world’s most popular chair. German cabinetmaker Michael Thonet dreamt about ...