10 Years of Designers in Residence
This year marks 10 years of the Designers in Residence Programme at the Design Museum. From its inception in 2007, the programme has provided emerging designers with time and space away from their regular environment to reflect, research and consider new ways of developing research and practice.
It's prestigious alumni includes; Asif Khan, Bethan Laura Wood, Giles Miller, Simon Hasan and Yuri Suzuki among others.
To celebrate this milestone, the museum is hosting an afternoon of talks, presentations and activities led by the past and present Designers in Residence to reflect on a decade of creativity, innovation and experimentation in design practice.
This fast and fun-filled event promises to shed light on current design practice and thinking today while reflecting on how the residency programme has nurtured and shaped a rostra of leading innovators in design over the last year 10 years.
This year’s Designers in Residence discuss their work in conversation with members of the alumni:
- Bike and Begum Ayaskan in conversation with Sarah Van Gameren
- Chris Hildrey in conversation with Clementine Blakemore
- Soomi Park in conversation with Patrick Stevenson-Keating
- Yinka Danmole in conversation with Alexa Pollmann
The afternoon will bring together past and present members of the Designers in Residence programme from the last 10 years. Each designer has just 5 minutes to respond to this year’s residency theme of Support
Adult £15, student/ concession £11, members £13.
Background image | Designers in Residence Farm, photo by Luke Hayes