Your Membership: Events
Here you can book access to Members' free and exclusive events.
Please note you will be asked for your Membership ID as part of the checkout process.
To book discounted tickets for other events please follow the normal booking process : a specific ticket for Member will be available.
In order to save your time in the booking process, please login to your Digitickets account before using the links below.
If you do so, you won't be asked for your personal details every time you book but only for your Membership ID.
IMPORTANT NOTE If you are trying to book your tickets, but the link is directing you to the general tickets, please remove all previously added items from the basket, go back and click on the booking link again.
Members' Exclusive Events
Discover the interdisciplinary creative process behind the new series of covers for the Harry Potter books by Michele De Lucchi and his team AMDL CIRLCE led by Davide Angeli.
With a little black book the envy of all design fans, Patrizia Moroso's strong bond with the city of London and its designers is revealed by her many collaborations with personalities such as Ron Arad, Ross Lovegrove and more. Join Patrizia Moroso, Creative Director of the design brand Moroso, and Daniel Gava, Design Museum Patron, as they discuss London as a design centre.
Members' free digital events
In celebration of International Women’s Day, join leading thinkers and practitioners as they explore how collaborative practice could create a more inclusive future for architecture.
Explore how modern architecture transformed our understanding of leisure in this panel discussion to celebrate the upcoming exhibition Charlotte Perriand: The Modern Life.
This annual collaboration between London Festival of Architecture and the Design Museum highlights new voices who are expanding the parameters of architecture in London.
for families and young people
Which feature is the most important when it comes to furniture? Art & Design advisor Daniel Malarkey approaches the question and relates it to the collectable market and the Design Museum's collection.
Background Image Credit | Trip by Ricardo Abreu