The Design Museum
The Conran Foundation
 
The first museum in the world devoted exclusively to 20th and 21st century design, the Design Museum opened in 1989.

A rational structure whose gleaming white render, crisp lines and understated detailing pays tribute to the Bauhaus legacy, it represented a radical reconstruction of an undistinguished 1950s warehouse.
 
The museum included two floors of galleries, a café and shop, along with Blueprint Café on the first floor. Since opening, the museum attracted millions of visitors, winning international acclaim for its ground-breaking exhibition and education programmes.

In response to its ever-growing popularity, The Design Museum moved to a bigger site in Kensington High Street in 2016.
The first museum in the world devoted exclusively to 20th and 21st century design, the Design Museum opened in 1989.

A rational structure whose gleaming white render, crisp lines and understated detailing pays tribute to the Bauhaus legacy, it represented a radical reconstruction of an undistinguished 1950s warehouse.
 
The museum included two floors of galleries, a café and shop, along with Blueprint Café on the first floor. Since opening, the museum attracted millions of visitors, winning international acclaim for its ground-breaking exhibition and education programmes.

In response to its ever-growing popularity, The Design Museum moved to a bigger site in Kensington High Street in 2016.
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