Designing in the Digital Age, from 30 June until 4 January 2000, shows how design has responded to new technologies by taking three contemporary products and recording the design development of each one.
Venue: Victoria and Albert Museum, Cromwell Road, South Kensington, London SW7.
Design Triangle director Siep Wijsenbeek will talk at the next Sign Design Society meeting. Design Management – a vanishing activity? will be held on 1 July from 6.30pm. Entrance fee for non-members is £5.
Contact: Sheila Torrens on 01582 713556.
Venue: Railtrack House, Euston Square, London NW1.
Living Danish Design, until 4 July, exhibits furniture, textiles and light fixtures by 20 contemporary Danish designers. The designers use the the most up-to-date materials and techniques to realise their visions. Furniture designer Nanna Ditzel has been invited to show some of her latest work. Erco Lighting was a consultant for the exhibition.
Venue: 9-10 Great Sutton Street, London EC1.