15 months Design Museum membership for the price of 12

David Chipperfield - Form MattersThe Design Museum is one of the world’s leading museums devoted to contemporary design in every form, from furniture to graphics, and architecture to industrial design. Situated near to Tower Bridge, the Design Museum works to place home-grown and international design at the centre of contemporary culture, and offers visitors inspiring exhibitions and a vibrant learning programme.

This spring at the Design Museum, visitors can enjoy an exciting and varied exhibition programme, Less and More - The Design Ethos of Dieter Ramincluding David Chipperfield – Form Matters (until 31 January), Designers in Residence (26 January – 8 March) and the celebrated Less and More – The Design Ethos of Dieter Rams (until 9 March). In February the Museum will play host to the 100-strong shortlist for the 2010 Brit Insurance Designs of the Year, a showcase of the most innovative and forward-thinking designs from around the world. Urban Africa – A Photographic Journey by David Adjaye (31 March – 5 September) will examine African buildings and places which have special resonance with Adjaye’s architectural concerns.

The Design Museum is delighted to offer Design Week subscribers 15 months of Design Museum Membership for the price of 12, for a limited time only. For £50, Design Museum Membership benefits include:

  • Unlimited free entry for you and a guest of your choice to the Design Museum’s critically acclaimed exhibitions.
  • Invitations to the popular Members’ Nights and Design Overtime late nights at the museum.
  • Discounts and priority booking for museum talks and events.
  • 10% discount in the Design Museum Shop and Café

To take advantage of this special offer please contact Jane Chandler, Design Museum Membership Officer at janec@designmuseum.org or 020 7940 8763 and quote DESIGNWEEKOFFER.

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