An Exhibition Tour at the Design Museum Access Tour

Multisensory Tour - David Adjaye: Making Memory

Join this Multisensory Tour of the Design Museum’s current exhibition David Adjaye: Making Memory, for blind and partially sighted visitors.

What to expect

Join this multisensory tour to discover the work of celebrated architect Sir David Adjaye (OBE). This tour will focus on Adjaye’s use of story-telling to create unique monuments and memorials, from his Smithsonian Natural Museum of African American History to the UK National Holocaust Memorial and Learning Centre.

Led by tour-guide Andrew Mashigo, this multisensory tour will discuss how buildings shape our perception and memory of events, and the role that story-telling can play in architecture.

Please note that this tour is for blind and partially sighted visitors.

Booking information

To book a place on this free tour, please email with the title of the tour, your name and number of places required. You can also call our access team on +44 20 3862 5937 between 10am and 5pm, Monday to Friday.


Andrew Mashigo

Andrew is an artist, design enthusiast and freelance museum educator. He works collaboratively with blind and visually impaired creative practitioners, creating collaborative workshops, exhibitions and tours.

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