Dyson v Design Museum debate takes ‘ugly’ turn

I find it astonishing that the debate about form over function, in relation to the Design Museum, is being championed by James Dyson of all people.

I find it astonishing that the debate about form over function, in relation to the Design Museum, is being championed by James Dyson of all people.

This is extremely ironic coming from the man who is responsible for designing the world’s ugliest washing machines and [allegedly] the heaviest Hoovers (sorry, vacuum cleaners) on the planet.

A lot more form and lot more function, says my domestic help.

Callum Lumsden

Managing director

Lumsden Design Partnership

London NI

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