Daniel Weil: The Art of Design

 
 
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Daniel Weil: The Art of DesignArgentinian-born, London-based designer Daniel Weil has made a name for himself with art pieces such as the 1981 'Bag Radio' (a deconstructed radio in a clear plastic bag, currently part of the V&A's permanent collection) and his quirky, fully-functioning clocks such as the Clock for an Astronomer (concentric steel circles orbited by balls representing the hour and minute hands) and the Clock for a Card Player (its digits represented by playing cards). The Design Museum's exhibition of Weil's work features a much-anticipated new series of clocks, alongside other pieces, details of his work for Pentagram (which has included cabins, lounges and uniforms for United Airlines), sources of inspiration and collections of found objects. This cabinet of curiosities will illustrate how designers approach design as well as Weil's own manifesto of 'actions for designers'.

 

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Design Museum, 28  Shad Thames      SE1 2YD
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Designs of the Year 2014
event > Exhibitions
DATES  26th March to 22nd June 2014
VENUE  Design Museum 
Now in its seventh year, the Design Museum's annual Designs of the Year awards have become a much anticipated feature of the design calender. Past winners have included the Plumen lightbulb, a folding plug and the 2012 Olympic Torch. In 2014, the 76 nominations include global stars like Zaha Hadid and John Pawson, David Chipperfield and Miuccia Pra... More about this event
 
In the MakingIn the MakingIn the MakingIn an exhibition guest curated by Ed Barber and Jay Osgerby (the duo behind the London 2012 Olympic torch, the 'Tab' lamp and the 'Tip Ton' chair), the Design Museum looks at how familiar objects are made. Products are caught mid-manufacture, their unfinished forms held up as things of beauty in their own right. The pair say that such an in-depth a16th April 2014Sunday 4th May 2014 Where:
Design Museum, 28  Shad Thames      SE1 2YD
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In the Making
event > Exhibitions
DATES  22nd January to 4th May 2014
VENUE  Design Museum 
In an exhibition guest curated by Ed Barber and Jay Osgerby (the duo behind the London 2012 Olympic torch, the 'Tab' lamp and the 'Tip Ton' chair), the Design Museum looks at how familiar objects are made. Products are caught mid-manufacture, their unfinished forms held up as things of beauty in their own right. The pair say that such an in-depth a... More about this event
 
Hello, My Name Is Paul SmithHello, My Name Is Paul SmithHello, My Name Is Paul SmithThe London Design Museum celebrates four decades of design by one of Britain's best known talents, Sir Paul Smith, a man knighted in the 2001 Birthday Honours List for services to the fashion industry. Hello, My Name Is Paul Smith will include classics from his 40 years of collections and reveal something of the personality of the designer known fo16th April 2014Sunday 22nd June 2014 Where:
Design Museum, 28  Shad Thames      SE1 2YD
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Hello, My Name Is Paul Smith
event > Exhibitions > Art exhibitions - Fashion
DATES  15th November 2013 to 22nd June 2014
VENUE  Design Museum 
The London Design Museum celebrates four decades of design by one of Britain's best known talents, Sir Paul Smith, a man knighted in the 2001 Birthday Honours List for services to the fashion industry. Hello, My Name Is Paul Smith will include classics from his 40 years of collections and reveal something of the personality of the designer known fo... More about this event
 
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Design Museum, 28  Shad Thames      SE1 2YD
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Extraordinary Stories about Ordinary Things
event > Exhibitions > Art exhibitions - Industrial Art and Design
DATES  30th January 2013 to 4th January 2015
VENUE  Design Museum 
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Design Museum Collection: Extraordinary Stories About Ordinary ThingsDesign Museum Collection: Extraordinary Stories About Ordinary ThingsA permanent display of a selection of items tracing the history of contemporary design, as well as the country's national identity, including works by Marcel Breuer, Jasper Morrison, Jill Ritblat and Erno Goldfinger.16th April 2014Sunday 4th January 2015 Where:
Design Museum, 28  Shad Thames      SE1 2YD
Category: event
Ongoing
Design Museum Collection: Extraordinary Stories About Ordinary Things
event > Exhibitions > Art exhibitions - Graphic Design
DATES  30th January 2013 to 4th January 2015 - 10am-5.45pm
VENUE  Design Museum 
A permanent display of a selection of items tracing the history of contemporary design, as well as the country's national identity, including works by Marcel Breuer, Jasper Morrison, Jill Ritblat and Erno Goldfinger.
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Design Museum, 28  Shad Thames      SE1 2YD
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The Alternative Easter Egg Hunt
event > Kids Events
PRICING  phone for prices
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VENUE  Design Museum 
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Drop In And Design: WorkshopDrop In And Design: Workshop27th April 2014Sunday 25th May 2014 Where:
Design Museum, 28  Shad Thames      SE1 2YD
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event > Kids Events
DATES  Sunday 27th April and Sunday 25th May 2014 - 1pm-4pm
VENUE  Design Museum 
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Design Museum, 28  Shad Thames      SE1 2YD
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event > Exhibitions > Lifestyle - Literary Events & Book Signings
DATES  Tuesday 29th April 2014 - 8pm
VENUE  Design Museum 
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Design Museum, 28  Shad Thames      SE1 2YD
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event > Exhibitions
DATES  14th May to 31st August 2014
VENUE  Design Museum 
Argentinian-born, London-based designer Daniel Weil has made a name for himself with art pieces such as the 1981 'Bag Radio' (a deconstructed radio in a clear plastic bag, currently part of the V&A's permanent collection) and his quirky, fully-functioning clocks such as the Clock for an Astronomer (concentric steel circles orbited by balls represen... More about this event
 
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Design Museum, 28  Shad Thames      SE1 2YD
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Time Machines: Daniel Weil And The Art Of Design
event > Exhibitions > Art exhibitions - Graphic Design
DATES  14th May to 31st August 2014 - 10am-5.45pm
VENUE  Design Museum 
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