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Design Field
Research Strand
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Islands: Material Mapping

 
Author: Liesl Maria Bragan√ßa
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Redefining the problems, reframing the questions

The following conversation sees Future Observatory’s curatorial director, Cher Potter, in discussion with the 2022/23 cohort of Design Researchers in Residence on the topic of design research.
 
Cher Potter
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‚ÄėIf we care about the planet, we should care about pigeons‚Äô

Ahead of the opening of the Design Researchers in Residence’ exhibition at the Design Museum in late-June, our coordinator Leilah Hirson-Comley caught up with resident James Peplow Powell.
 
Leilah Hirson-Comley
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Restore: Material Mapping

Restore: Material Mapping attempts to make visible some of the journeys of the materials used in Design Researchers in Residence: Restore.
 
Author: Leyla Salih
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Open Call: Islands

THE OPEN CALL HAS NOW CLOSED Design Researchers in Residence is Future Observatory’s programme for design researchers hosted at the Design Museum. The residency supports thinkers at the start of their
 
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Showing Your Process

Ahead of the opening of the exhibition Design Researchers in Residence: Restore at the Design Museum, we're sharing a preview of the accompanying exhibition catalogue.
 
Cher Potter
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‚ÄėThe lakes, rivers and estuaries in the UK are not in good health‚Äô

Samuel Iliffe is one of four Researchers in Residence currently based at the Design Museum. His research is deeply embedded in the water systems of the UK and, in particular, concerned with Phosphorus
 
George Kafka