London is one of the most iconic cities in the world in terms of design, and people looking for things to do in London may be interested in finding out more at the Design Museum.
One of the current exhibitions being hosted is Digital Crystal, for which the museum has collaborated with Swarovski, which has played a huge roll in design over the past decade.
A number of designers have been challenged to explore the future of memory in the fast-developing digital age, working with some of Swarovski's previous commissions.
This exhibition, which features a new generation of designers, examines the changing nature of our relationship with objects and time.
Visitors can peruse 15 unique installations, intended to represent the future of memory and highlight how people can recover the lost connection they have with things.
Another exhibition at the museum is the Designers in Residence 2012 display, featuring noted designers including Freyja Sewell, Yuri Suzuki, Lawrence Lek and Oscar Medley-Whitfield and Harry Trimble.
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Posted by Georgina Black