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Ai Weiwei: Making Sense

The artist's first exhibition focusing on design will mix recent works with commissioned pieces inviting us into a meditation on value and humanity, art and activism. Tickets on sale.

The Offbeat Sari

A major exhibition celebrating the contemporary sari, bringing together the finest creations of our time from designers, wearers and craftspeople in India. Tickets on sale.

Saw This Made This

Bombay Sapphire and Baz Luhrmann have partnered with the museum to present the world's largest mass participation AI art event. Over four days, renowned AI robot artist Ai-Da will be creating artwork and synthesising submissions shared via the hashtag #SawThisMadeThis.

Design Ventura 2022–2023

Discover the shortlisted product ideas created by students aged 13-16 for the Design Museum’s national schools’ challenge, Design Ventura.

Design Researchers in Residence: Islands

Over the year, our four Design Researchers in Residence have responded to the theme of 'Islands' through a diverse selection of projects that cover architecture, interiors, graphics and engineering.

REBEL: 30 Years of London Fashion

Sponsored by Alexander McQueen.
How does London repeatedly set the creative agenda? Find out in this major exhibition celebrating the city's leading role in global fashion. Opening to coincide with London Fashion Week 2023, it will be the first display to focus solely on the radical creativity of young designers in Britain.


The first exhibition to chart how skateboards have evolved from the 1950s to now; a story of design, daring and disobedience.