Partner Marina Willer has created the branding, exhibition space and two films for the new show, which delves into the history of the Italian car brand.
Design Museum London
November 2017 marks the one-year anniversary of the Design Museum’s move to its site in Kensington, West London. We look back at the museum’s first year, from an array of exhibitions to a new logo and director appointments.
This year’s exhibition features a wheelchair that can climb stairs, a language-translating earpiece and a brand identity for Wales.
Spanning everything from graphics to transport design, the 10th iteration of the annual awards and exhibition includes a search and rescue drone that assists refugees and the national place branding
Ferrari: Under the Skin will explore the company’s design history by showcasing early design models, memorabilia and some of its famous cars.
The new exhibition looks at the Dutch designer’s research into the endless possibilities of colour, and aims to open visitors’ eyes to the world around them.
California: Designing Freedom charts the journey of Californian design all the way from 1960s counterculture right up to Silicon Valley today, featuring exhibits such as the graphics for the 1984
The museum’s new exhibition looks at the unrealised, communist architecture of Soviet Russia alongside propaganda posters from the era, and it entices visitors to draw parallels with society today.
The Design Museum’s latest temporary exhibition – curated by Jeremy Myerson – examines design solutions for an ageing population, with themes ranging from community to identity.
This year’s exhibition features an intuitive bike helmet, a discreet sexual health testing kit and a more inclusive Lego set for kids.
Lord Mandelson will also replace Luqman Arnold as chairman of the board of trustees from March next year.
The new Design Museum opened this month in London’s Kensington, and with it comes its annual exhibition celebrating the designs of the year.
Designer Maker User has been designed by Studio Myerscough and curated by Alex Newson, with the aim of creating a space that explores the reciprocal relationship between designers and consumers.
The new Design Museum, which will open to the public on 24 November, wants to appeal to a wider audience and break down elitist ideas of “good design”.
The new Design Museum will open its doors on London’s Kensington High Street in November – but its first retail space launches for the public today.
The Design Museum identity has been reworked ahead of its move to its new west London site in November.
London’s Design Museum, which will close at Shad Thames on 30 June, is set to reopen on Kensington High Street on 24 November with three exhibitions that aim to engage