Access Tour Exhibition
Waste Age: Multisensory Tour
We all know waste is a big problem. So how are we going to fix it?
The exhibition Waste Age: What can design do? brings together a new generation of designers rethinking our relationship to everyday things. From fashion to food, electronics to construction, even packaging – finding the lost value in our trash and imagining a future of clean materials and a circular economy could point the way out of the Waste Age.
In this multisensory tour, guide Andrew Mashigo shares some of the most innovative projects for designing our way out of the Waste crisis.
Free event. Pre-booking required.
Due to very limited capacity, this tour is only for blind and partially sighted visitors.
Please ensure you only book if you definitely plan to attend and cancel your booking in advance if your availability changes.
For your safety, we are operating at a reduced capacity for our events and increased cleaning has also been implemented across the museum.
Face masks are mandatory unless you are exempt.
Capacity: 30 people
Background image: Waste Age exhibition featuring the ongoing research project Materialism by studio DRIFT, which takes everyday items and investigates what materials they are made of. Exhibition photography by Felix Speller.