The Design Culture Salons are occasional discussion events hosted by the Victoria & Albert Museum, London. They provide a space to:
- develop advanced debate and discussion on the complex, dynamic and pervasive role of design in contemporary society;
- consolidate discussion as to how design culture, criticism, representation and practice can be further developed.
Each event features an invited panel and guest chair. Panelists provide brief, personal overviews of the respective event’s theme. This is followed by open discussion.
The Design Culture Salons were created by Guy Julier, University of Brighton Professor of Design Culture at the V&A (@guyjulier).
The salons are supported by the University of Brighton.