GREAT MUSEUMS OF THE WORLD: THE LONDON’S DESIGN MUSEUM

 

 

The London’s Design Museum is one of the world’s most important contemporary museums of design and architecture.

The Design Museum originally opened its doors in a converted banana warehouse and then relocated to a spectacular modern landmark in Kensington in 2016; established by Sir Terence Conran to promote awareness of design in education, industry, commerce and culture, it has welcomed over 2.1 million visitors since re-opening.

The museum is committed to make the impact of design visible, presenting as many alternatives as possible to as many people as possible. Over the last 12 years, for example, the annual awards and exhibition, Designs of the Year has regularly featured prototypes and projects that propose ways to address environmental challenges.

The museum is committed to make the impact of design visible, presenting as many alternatives as possible to as many people as possible. Over the last 12 years, for example, the annual awards and exhibition, Designs of the Year has regularly featured prototypes and projects that propose ways to address environmental challenges.

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