Nevermind the Bikes - Do We Need a Cycle Revolution?

Join a host of cyclists and designers at the Design Museum for an evening of debate as they ask whether we need a Cycle Revolution, or something else entirely?


Meet the Resident: Stephanie Hornig

Meet the Residents is an opportunity to receive a free tour and talk from one of the residents on the theme of their work for their residency. For this tour, Stephanie Hornig gives an overview of her project - Interstate.

Plan your visit to the Design Museum

Getting here

Design Museum
28 Shad Thames
London SE1 2YD

Opening Hours

Open daily 10:00 – 17:45
Last admission 17:15

Admission and tickets

£13.65 Adult
£10.25 Student
£6.85 Child under 16 (6–15 inclusive)
Free entrance to members and children under six

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design museum news

Apply for Designers in Residence 2016

Applications are now open for the 2016 Designers in Residence programme. It‘s an exciting opportunity to be one of the first designers to have your work showcased in the new Design Museum opening in Kensington late 2016.

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Industrial designer Richard Sapper dies aged 83

'Sapper was a gifted designer whose work could be seen as both rational, and emotional, reflecting the Germany of his birth, and the Italy that he moved to at the height of its miraculous post war rebirth as a global centre for design. His work with Marco Zanuso for Brionvega on transistor radios and portable tvs was far from the timelessness of the Ulm school, and yet it looks as contemporary now as it did when it was first launched. I have the radio on my desk today. The think pad for IBM, the Tizio, the most iconic of all the adjustable lights, all showed his quiet wit, his humanity, and his acutely developed eye for detail. He showed that a designer does not need a signature style to be immediately recognisable for his intelligence.' - Deyan Sudjic, Director, Design Museum

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