Exhibition Gallery 2
Beazley Designs of the Year 2018 In-Depth
In this collection of interviews and blog features, the Design Museum speaks to some of the designers featured in the Beazley Designs of the Year exhibition about their design stories, challenges and aspirations.
The winner of this year's fashion category is celebrated fashion designer, Erdem Moralıoğlu and his ethereal ballet costumes for Christopher Wheeldon’s production of Corybantic Games.
Find out more about this year's Architecture winner – the Zeitz Museum of Contemporary Art Africa located in Cape Town.
Find out more about the Graphics winner – a campaign to make an island of waste the size of France, a country.
Lauren Cuthbertson, Principal dancer with The Royal Ballet speaks about her career and working with fashion designer Erdem.
This year's People's Choice is a portable operating theatre that can fit into a backpack.
In this special blog feature, ceramicist Ian McIntyre talks about the social practices of tea-drinking in Britain, the design history of the Brown Betty and how he re-engineered this classic teapot.
To mark this year’s Beazley Designs of the Year, the Design Museum speaks to Paul Cocksedge about how his furniture series captured a moment in time and a story that could have easily been erased by bulldozers.
The Design Museum speaks to David Sheldon-Hicks, the founder of Territory Studio, which created the graphic interface for the future-defining film, Blade Runner 2049.
The Design Museum speaks to Mexican industrial designer, Fernando Laposse about his striking pieces of marquetry made from the colourful leaves of native Mexican corn.His project, called Totomoxtle, poses questions globalisation, the food industry, employment and culture.
The Design Museum caught up with Made Thought’s creative director, Ben Parker and co-founder of A Plastic Planet, Sian Sutherland, over a Q&A to talk more about their Beazley nomination and ongoing creative partnership.
The Design Museum speaks to Adriana Galijasevic, sustainability and denim expert at G-Star RAW about their "most sustainable jeans ever" - featured in the Beazley Designs of the Year 2018 exhibition.
Background image | Ian McIntyre, Brown Betty development, image by Angela Moore LR