Designers in Residence 2016
This year the Design Museum opens the doors to its new home in Kensington. The Designers in Residence of 2016 will join the museum on this journey. Through a focussed and rigorous proposal, the museum asked designers to submit creative responses to this year’s theme OPEN.
Designers in Residence 2015
9 September 2015 - 3 April 2016
‘This year's Designers in Residence programme invites four designers to respond to the theme of ‘migration’. It can be a reflection of objects or processes that imply movement, or transition, of shifting and cross-fertilising cultures, or of mobility.’- Deyan Sudjic, Design Museum Director
Designers in Residence 2014
Designers in Residence 2013
This year’s Residence were selected via an open call in response to the brief ‘Identity’. The designers were invited to explore how design can be used to convey, create or reflect a sense of identity through an object or an experience.
Designers in Residence 2012
Designers in Residence 2011
Designers in Residence 2010
"Seems sure to be one of the defining images of the US Presidential campaign, symbolising Obama’s appeal to the young but perhaps also redolent of the personality cult around him that some find worrying, also an example of how designers can get involved in political campaigns in a meaningful way – sales of his poster has raised over $400,000."
Nominated by Patrick Burgoyne