design museum: designer’s residence

I haven’t been to the thames river since I was 13 years old – it just never occured to me that I needed to go there when I was in london. but tonight I was invited at the design museum, which is on the south bank of the thames, for the opening of the designers in residence show. it’s an annual exhibition that forms part of the london design festival. talented new product and furniture designers who graduated within the last five years are invited to transform an area of the museum. so I found myself in the entrance hall of the museum where a lot fancy, designish lookalikes were hanging around and were enjoying the free drinks. I had some nice moments and these are some I am gonna share with you.. and I really liked to see the thames at night. again.

design museum

london bridge

the designer attitude

freddie yauner, designer and rose ethrington, dezeen editor

freddie yauner – continuous bench which flows in and around the design museum tank, the white bench is made of paper

matthew falla + lea jagendorf – interactive wall, which combines access to information about key pieces from the museum’s pernament collection

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