An Exhibition Tour at the Design Museum Free, but bookable

Designer Maker User BSL Tour

Join this British Sign Language tour exploring the Design Museum’s permanent exhibition, Designer Maker User.

What to expect

Designer Maker User is an introduction to the history of contemporary design, structured around three interconnected roles – the Designer, the Maker and Us (the User).

This tour will focus on the relationship between design and making. Ranging from traditional craft techniques to more recent forms of production such as 3D printing and robotics, this tour shall look at how design responds to, and uses, different processes of manufacturing.

The tour will last approximately 30-45 mins.

Booking information

Free, book here to secure your place

Image credit | Designer Maker User. Photo by Luke Hayes

Image credit | Designer Maker User. Photo by Gareth Gardner

Image credit | Designer Maker User. Photo by Luke Hayes

Image credit | 3D printer, Designer Maker User

Image credit | Designer Maker User. Photo by Luke Hayes

Image credit | Designer Maker User. Photo by Gareth Gardner

Image credit | Designer Maker User. Photo by Luke Hayes

Image credit | Designer Maker User. Photo by Luke Hayes

Related exhibition

Designer Maker User

Designer Maker User is an introduction to the museum’s collection, looking at the development of modern design through these three interconnected roles.

Background image | Photo by Gareth Gardner