Thu, 06 Jan|
The Design Museum London
The Design Museum - Waste Age
Waste Age: What can design do? We live in the age of waste. The Design Museum conveys a way to convert our waste into a valuable resource. Designers are planning our cleaner tomorrow. Book your ticket on The Design Museum Tickets at 10am slot.
Date - Time - Location
06 Jan, 10:00 – 12:35 GMT
The Design Museum London, 224 Kensington High St, London W8, UK
We all know waste is a big problem today. What are the ways we can fix this?
A new generation of designers is rethinking our relationship to everyday things. Anything from our everyday furniture made from food waste or even rejected plastic, to sustainable and carbon free fashion. Finding the lost value in our trash and imagining a future for clean materials and a circular economy could point the way out of the Waste Age.
Explore this new exhibit that capture the devastating impact of waste including a large-scale art installation by Ibrahim Mahama made from e-waste in Ghana.
The exhibition showcases some of the visionary designers who are reinventing our relationship with waste, including Formafantasma, Stella McCartney, The Ellen MacArthur Foundation, Lacaton & Vassal, Fernando Laposse, Bethany Williams, Phoebe English and Natsai Audrey Chieza.
Book tickets for the visit at 10.00 am.
Meeting at The Design Museum W8 6AG at 10 am