Thursday, 21 May 2015

Design Museum - Designs of the Year: did you guess right?

From a campaign promoting ugly vegetables to a car that drives itself, the Designs of the Year 2015 category winners are announced.

Your Designs of the Year 2015 category winners

From a campaign promoting ugly vegetables to a car that drives itself, the Designs of the Year 2015 category winners are announced. Click here for more on the winners.

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What's new in June:

The best Father's day gift for the design mad dad

Get it now before you forget! A whole year of unlimited entry to Design Museum exhibitions, exclusive Member events, discounts in the shop and cafĂ©.
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Hear from designers that help you navigate London every day

9 June - Join Legible London designer Tim Fendley as he discusses travel, urbanism and this year’s festival of architecture theme with Alastair Donald from the British Council, Museum Director Deyan Sudjic and Design of the Year nominee Sam Pearce. 
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Design Fringe

See the museum Tank in June to discover five emerging Irish architecture practices as part of the London Festival of Architecture 2015, or visit the 1.5 Gallery for a display by leading design manufacturer SCP with more than forty pieces including works from Jasper Morrison, James Irvine and Konstantin Grcic.
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Win a Conran Blue Backgammon Set

In partnership with The Conran Shop, enter this draw to win what may become the most beautiful piece in your game collection.
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New arrivals at the Design Museum Shop

Celebrated design duo the Campana Brothers have designed a limited edition of the Pelotas shoe to coincide with the launch of Life on Foot. The shoes and matching bag are available exclusively from the Design Museum Shop alongside a curated selection of gifts and books.
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You may be interested in:

Homes of the Homeless: Seeking Shelter in Victorian London

The Geffrye Museum of the Home
Until 12 July 2015

This exhibition tells the story of Homelessness in Victorian London, exploring the places the poor inhabited and bringing them to life through paintings, photographs, objects, and personal stories.
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Architecture on the Thames Central with OpenCity

Wednesday 17 June 6.30pm
Journey down the Thames looking at iconic landmarks that make London so architecturally diverse. Led by an architect with in-depth knowledge providing commentary.
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New Designers: an exhibition featuring emerging UK design

Design Museum subscribers can purchase day tickets in advance for just £9.50* instead of £15.00 on the door. Book online now quoting NDDESIGNMUS.
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The Brutalist Playground

To launch The Brutalist Playground, RIBA with Turner Prize Nominees Assemble and artist Simon Terrill invite you to an evening of talks, films, tours and more exploring the links between post-war architecture and urban play.
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