”Extraordinary stories about ordinary things” featuring Issey Miyake’s 132 5. dresses at Design Museum,London


Always love extraordinary! now,discover key designs that have shaped the modern world and be inspired by this fascinating exhibition of memorable objects from the Design Museum Collection.

Six design stories offer a diverse look at design tracing the history and processes of contemporary design. The show includes furniture, product, fashion, transport and architecture alongside a selection of prototypes, models and specially commissioned films.Sections include National Identity, Plastics and Modernism as well as Style Through The Decades, featuring fashion from the 70s to the 90s, from Carnaby Street to the Kings Road.

Now, apart from all others great objects, there are a few fashion creations in extravagant design that we’ll like to see and study better. Issey Miyake’s 132 5. dresses will be featuring in the Design Museum collection.Made from recycled plastic, the pieces were inspired by a series of mathematical experiments carried out by a Japanese academic!

The exhibition will be on permanent display until 2015, with some elements being changed every year.Mind you that The Design Museum has the UK’s only collection devoted exclusively to modern and contemporary design and architecture!


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