Monthly Archives: October 2014

Design Culture Salon 11: How do fashion cycles and design culture interact?

Friday 14 November 2014 6:30-8:30pm Clore 55, British Galleries, V&A Museum Fashion has featured very little in the conversations and debates generated in previous Design Culture Salons. This is surprising, given that the concepts of movement and mobility, central to … Continue reading

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Reflections on Design Culture Salon 10: How is the Urban Mobile Cyclist Designed?

Debates about transportation, how we choose to move around in the city, have become increasingly tense and fraught of late. The question of how you get to work, particularly if it is by bike, is a loaded one, which can reveal a … Continue reading

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Design Culture Salon 10: How is the urban cyclist designed?

Design Culture Salon 10: How is the urban cyclist designed?​ Friday 10th October 2014 6:30-8:30pm Clore 55, British Galleries The way a society moves reveals much about the nature of its citizenship and what they deem to be important. Yet, not … Continue reading

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