«World-Leading British Designs In The Making.
A collection of part-finished everyday objects is being exhibited at the Design Museum, London».
[Elizabeth Anderson | managementtoday.co.uk]
Al Design Museum di Londra una originale mostra di oltre 20 oggetti di design in corso d’opera.
fino al 4 maggio 2014
In The Making
a cura di Edward Barber e Jay Osgerby
dal com.stampa: «Varying from the £2 coin to a cricket bat, a surprising range of objects have been chosen […] to be exhibited in an unfinished state, celebrating the intriguing beauty of the production process.
The objects have been selected because they each have an unexpected quality about them in those moments, hours or days before they assume their final, recognisable form. These points in the making process capture a peculiar and unconventional slice of time in the production of everyday objects such as tennis balls, banknotes and even diamonds. The show gives a glimpse of the designers’ ongoing dialogue with manufacturing that is so distinctive to their practice».
A block of nine Derwent pencils waits to be seperated imagecredits György Kőrössy designmuseum.org