London Design Museum’s amazing Super Contemporary exhibition brings light to London’s great designers and creatives. From June 4th through to October, the museum is host to a number of iconic design inspirations. Bus Shelter by David Adjaye. Gone with the Wind by Ron Arad. Listening Station by Barber Osgerby. Freedom Space by Neville Brody. Batterseum by Nigel Coates. Rain It In by Paul Cocksedge. London Transport by Tom Dixon. Horatio’s Garden by El Ultimo Grito with Urban Salon. Thames Pin by Kit Grover. Vision for the city of London by Zaha Hadid. K9 Post Office Kiosk by Industrial Facility. Lamp Post Chandelier by Thomas Heatherwick. KiosKiosk by Wayne Hemingway. Head to Toe by Ross Phillips. New London Rubbish Bin by Paul Smith.
Also on show are 15 interviews carried out by Dezeen with some of the most creative minds of today. Dezeen today posted their interview with Hussein Chalayan(I really miss his menswear).