Left: A London-based architect, Clementine Blakemore created an outdoor classroom for a school in rural Buckinghamshire as her MA thesis. Right: Rain Wu is a London-based architect who uses food as a story-telling device to engage her audiences and reimagine the traditional exhibition format

Alix Bizet’s work combines theory, philosophy and psychology. Her project "Hair Matter(s)" explores the role of hair in shaping identity and bringing out cultural differences

Andrea de Chirico enjoys designing new production scenarios for everyday objects such as the hairdryer and was recently appointed as lecturer at the University of Bolzano, Italy

Budding Talent: The four Designers in Residence 2016 at the Design Museum

by Nishita Fiji May 20, 2016
Located in London, the Design Museum is known for its exhibitions that highlight contemporary design in every form. The museum’s ninth annual Designers in Residence programme celebrates the work of upcoming designers, encouraging them to seek guidance from industry experts and innovate freely.

The Designers in Residence 2106 are Clementine Blakemore, Rain Wu, Alix Bizet and Andrea de Chirico. The museum, which will be shifting base to Kensington, will display their work on the 24th of November 2016, reflecting the theme "Open".



Andrea de Chirico enjoys designing new production scenarios for everyday objects such as the hairdryer and was recently appointed as lecturer at the University of Bolzano, Italy