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London Diary - New Design Museum

Chris Stowers

A school trips to the old Commonwealth Institute was part of the cause for those of us old enough to remember this stunning building. A famously leaky roof and many years later the news that the Design Museum was to move out of Shad Thames and in to its new home just off Kensington high street was course for celebration. 

The building itself is considered  the second most important modern structures in London by English Heritage followed only by the royal festival hall on south bank. 

Architect John Pawson has been responsible for a 80 million make over to convert the old building to house the new Design museum which will house its permanent collection free to the public for the first time as well as giving a platform to showcase exhibits that will continue to inspire and inform. 

Despite mixed review I was very impressed with the aesthetics of the re-fit and found the architecture of the interior quite beautiful without detracting from the stunning roof, with that being said there is no escaping the fact that it is not the best use of space and I would strongly suggest to get there early as the permanent collection, shop and ground floor cafe can get very cramped when busy.

London Diary – The Ulm Model at Raven Row.

Chris Stowers

We take an honest approach to design, disregarding anything that could possibly detract from making of our beautiful suits, this is a belief inspired and upheld by Dieter Rams and the Ulm school of design.

The Ulm Model at Raven Row has been curated Peter Kapos, lecturer at Camberwell College of Arts and director of Das Program and features an eclectic mix of the student’s works from 1953 to 1968.

The Ulm School of Design (HfG Ulm) in Southern Germany pioneered an interdisciplinary and systematic approach to design education – known as the Ulm Model – that was to become universal. This is the first exhibition in the UK to represent the achievements of the school, including the foundation work in drawings and models by the students as well as the radical designs famously commissioned from the school by corporate clients such as Braun and Lufthansa.

I would highly recommended this to anyone interested in design and along with the unveiling of the New memorial honouring Frank Pick at Piccadilly Circus station earlier this month and the opening of the New design museum on November 24th there lots to see and do this month.

London Diary - London Design Festival

Chris Stowers

 Animali Domestici studio

 Animali Domestici studio

The London Design Festival is one of the world's most important annual design events. The Festival programme is made up of over 400 events and exhibitions, we only had a weekend to check it out and decided to take the cultural tour of Brixton.

Starting at Animali Domestici studio who opened the doors of their grade II Victorian listed building in the heart of Brixton to showcase the work and practice of international architects, designers, artists and makers involved in a wide variety of disciplines from glass and ceramics to lighting and furniture design, check out more photo's on