The Design Museum in London "concentrates on temporary exhibitions that cover the range of its interests, from graphic design and furniture to fashion, industrial design and architecture." On their site the museum provides several web versions of current exhibitions which include a few views of the works in each show. For example, click on Sustainable Futures to see five pioneering designs, such as Christopher Raeburn's parachute parka, or Edible Estate, a project by Fritz Haeg. The web exhibits also include an exhibition blog and a podcast. However, it is the Design Library at the Design Museum that provides the richest resources for online seekers: choose from a list of close to 200 individual designers, firms, or movements, to be taken to a resource page that provides examples, biographical timeline, and links to further information. It is also possible to search the Library's collection by keywords.


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