Socially Inclusive Design at The Royal College of Art

Socially Inclusive Design at The Royal College of Art

From design for the ageing population and cost-effective healthcare, to driverless cars and urban-living, Design.Different is one of the only exhibitions at the London Design Festival to explore inclusive design that tackles some of society's most pressing issues. This exhibition presents innovative design solutions that demonstrate how designers are using their skills, passion, enterprise and endeavour to make a difference by improving people’s lives. Partner organisations are drawn from government, business and the public sector.

Featured work is drawn primarily from the Helen Hamlyn Centre for Design at London’s Royal College of Art, one of the leading institutions for art and design.
Exhibition open:19-22 September 2017
10.00 - 17.30
Free Entry
Special event: ‘Meet the Designers', Friday 22 September 15-00 - 17.00

Dyson Gallery
Royal College of Art
1 Hester Road
SW11 4AN

The Royal College of Art is the world’s leading university of art and design, placing at Number One in the 2015 QS World University Rankings.
Specialising in teaching and research, the RCA offers the degrees of MA, MPhil and PhD across the disciplines of applied art, fine art, design, communications and humanities. There are over 1,500 Master’s and doctoral students and more than 1,000 professionals interacting with them – including scholars, art and design practitioners, along with specialists, advisers and distinguished visitors.

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