Super Contemporary exhibition at the Design Museum

3rd June – 4th October

From the 3rd of June to 4th October the ‘Super Contemporary’ exhibition will be taking place at the Design Museum.

The Design Museum, in partnership withBeefeater 24 will be celebrating the fearlessly creative minds of London, past and present. London is a creative hub, which gives inspiration to many other countries. The exhibiton showcases design over a variety of medium, including architecture, industrial design, graphic design, fashion and communications.

London’s design output is continually Super Contemporary.

Featured creatives:

Bus Shelter by David Adjaye. Gone with the Wind by Ron Arad. Listening Station by BarberOsgerby. Freedom Space by Neville Brody. Batterseum by Nigel Coates. Rain It In by Paul Cocksedge. London Transport by Tom Dixon. Horatio’s Garden by El Ultimo Grito with Urban Salon. Thames Pin by Kit Grover. Vision for the city of London by Zaha Hadid. K9 Post Office Kiosk by Industrial Facility. Lamp Post Chandelier by Thomas Heatherwick. KiosKiosk by Wayne Hemingway. Head to Toe by Ross Phillips. New London Rubbish Bin by Paul Smith.

ps rabbit litter bin

Paul Smith’s rabbit litter bin will be on show at the exhibition.,275,PNP.html


About stuart male

Stuart is a Graphic designer from Kent.
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One Response to Super Contemporary exhibition at the Design Museum

  1. krupatel24 says:

    I went to the Super Contemporary Exhibition last week and it was amazing. Especially enjoyed the work of Zaha Hadid and Nigel Coates, however, all the other artists displayed some really fantastic work. I would recommend going and also there is this ticket giveaway – Hope you all enjoy it as much as I did

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