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Final week to visit ‘Waste Age: What Can Design Do’ at the Design Museum
Supported by Roca London Gallery.
Neil Pinder – Education, Architecture and the Trojan Horse
Christmas closing and reopening hours at the Roca London Gallery
Felix Speller Photography
It’s the final week to go and explore the riveting and extraordinary exhibition Waste Age: What Can Design Do? which has been supported by Roca London Gallery. An invigorating wake-up call, this exhibition delivers an impactful punch, alerting visitors as to where their waste is going and how designers of multiple disciplines are working towards designing waste out. From construction to fashion and electronics to food, the creation of a circular economy is more important than ever, and curator Gemma Curtin expertly brings us on a journey using examples from Stella McCartney, Adidas and Zero Waste town Kamikatsu in Japan. Book your tickets here.
‘Fascinating, beautiful glimpses into a brave new world of design.’
★★★★ Evening Standard
‘A powerful wake-up call.’ The Guardian
‘The exhibition hopes to promote living without waste and tries to imagine a more resourceful world for generations to come.’ It’s Nice That