The Design Museum continues to support the next generation of designers and creatives with its Designers in Residence programme. This exhibition showcases the work of young designers at the beginning of their careers. The programme includes a series of events and talks, offering the designers the opportunity to interact and engage with the public, whilst using this platform as a test-bed for ideas, designs and innovations.
Adam Nathaniel Furman will explore the concept of identity through a cabinet of curiosities.
Eunhee Jo's research looks at the surface quality of things. During her residency Jo will develop new surfaces made of fabric or paper which will be embedded with technology.
Chloe Meineck will develop a memory box to be used by people suffering with dementia.
Thomas Thwaites will explore how the collating of personal information from the internet could, in addition to boosting consumer knowledge, also be used to inform people about themselves and their own identity.