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Talks and events
The Design Museum is now open in its spectacular new location in Kensington. Tickets now on sale for an inspiring programme of talks and events.
In the 1970s Los Angeles starts to be appreciated for its unique urban qualities. This talk offers two perspectives; the arts collective Environmental Communications and British architecture critic Reyner Banham.
Graphic designer and women’s activist Sheila Levrant de Bretteville discusses her involvement in cultural and political projects since her arrival in Los Angeles in 1969.
A multi-sensory tour of Designer Maker User, the Design Museum’s permanent exhibition, followed by a workshop for blind and partially sighted visitors.
Join the Design Museum for an evening panel discussion to explore how Californian design has created, and undermined, the pursuit of freedom.
Join world leading architects Richard Rogers and Boris Bernaskoni to discuss their work and the influence of the Russian Avant Garde on contemporary architecture.
Plan your visit
The Design Museum is now open in its spectacular new location in Kensington. The new address is 224-238 Kensington High Street London, W8 6AG.