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Design is a continually evolving subject.
The museum offers an introduction to the history of contemporary design with free display Designer Maker User, and opportunities to explore the present and future of design through a programme of temporary exhibitions and displays.
For the first time in its history, the museum is able to offer a free taster of its collection - featuring over 1,000 objects. Designer Maker User is an introduction to the history of contemporary design through three interconnected roles - the Designer, the User and the Maker.
The award-winning design agency Faber Futures, founded by designer Natsai Audrey Chieza, presents a new display exploring how design can learn from nature to develop new materials and systems.
A pedestrian crossing celebrating the women of Bauhaus by Pentagram partner Sascha Lobe, marking the centenary of the influential art and design school.
Land Rover and the Design Museum present Material Innovation: Sustainable Textiles, an installation presenting Land Rover’s new range of premium responsibly sourced interior fabrics. The atrium seats have been re-upholstered with the sustainable materials used in the interior of the New Range Rover Evoque.
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