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Design Museum Publishing Established in 2015, Design Museum Publishing produces innovative and thought-provoking books and exhibition catalogues encompassing all areas of design. Our publications reflect the scholarship of the museum’s curatorial and learning teams, and have been designed by some of the most celebrated editorial designers in the world. Our aim is to publish valuable, authoritative and beautifully designed resources for design students, practitioners and enthusiasts alike.

About the Design Museum The Design Museum is the world’s leading museum devoted to architecture and design. Its work encompasses all elements of design, including fashion, product and graphic design. Since it opened its doors in 1989, the museum has displayed everything from an AK-47 to high heels designed by Christian Louboutin. It has staged over 100 exhibitions, welcomed over five million visitors and showcased the work of some of the world’s most celebrated designers and architects including Paul Smith, Zaha Hadid, Jonathan Ive, Miuccia Prada, Frank Gehry, Eileen Gray and Dieter Rams. On 24 November 2016, the Design Museum relocated to Kensington, West London. Architect John Pawson converted the interior of a 1960s modernist building to create a new home for the Design Museum, giving it three times more space in which to show a wider range of exhibitions and significantly extend its learning programme.

EUROPEAN MUSEUM OF THE YEAR In May 2018, the Design Museum was awarded the title of European Museum of the Year and commended by the panel for its effort in developing ‘an important democratic and multi-layered intercultural dialogue, with a significant social impact in the community.’


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Featured Releases Moving to Mars: Design for the Red Planet Beazley Designs of the Year 2019 Imagine Moscow: Architecture, Propaganda, Revolution Backlist Touring Exhibitions Distribution Contact

The Design Museum, London


DON DAVIS, THE PAINTING OF THE INTERIOR OF A ‘MODEL III’ CYLINDRICAL SPACE COLONY, 1975


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FEATURES One of the first books to explore the crucial role that design will play in the collective endeavour to travel to and inhabit Mars. A comprehensive overview of past and current developments in space travel and colonisation, from the evolution of the space suit to speculative habitats for living on Mars. Lavishly illustrated with over 180 images, featuring rarely seen drawings, concepts and prototypes by the likes of Raymond Loewy, NASA, the European Space Agency, SpaceX, Lockheed Martin and Foster + Partners.

Moving to Mars Design for the Red Planet Edited by Justin McGuirk and Andrew Nahum EXHIBITION the Design Museum 16 October 2019 – 1 March 2020 Justin McGuirk is Chief Curator at the Design Museum Andrew Nahum is Principal Curator of Technology and Engineering at the Science Museum, London October 2019 240 x 170mm 192pp 180 colour illustrations Hardcover | Worldwide rights £24.95 | $35.00 978-1-872005-46-1

Getting humans to Mars has become one of the great challenges of our time. Mars holds the potential of human settlement, and the promise of life after Earth. Some of the world’s greatest entrepreneurs, architects and engineers are dedicated to conquering this next frontier. Moving to Mars: Design for the Red Planet is one of the first books to focus on the crucial role that design plays in this collective endeavour. From the capsules that will need to keep passengers in harmony during their nine-month journey, to the habitats that they will live in, to the terraforming of the landscape to make it life-sustaining, every detail needs to be designed. As well as technical and practical solutions, this book will examine how design and design thinkers are approaching our move to Mars in exciting and unexpected ways. FEATURED RELEASES | 5


1. (p.4) NASA, Curiosity rover, 2018; 2. (p.5) BioSuit™, Professor Dava Newman, MIT: Inventor, Science and Engineering, Guillermo Trotti, A.I.A., Trotti and Associates, Inc. (Cambridge, MA): Design, Dainese (Vincenca, Italy): Fabrication; 3. Book cover for Project Mars (Badger Books, 1952), illustration by Chesley Bonestell; 4. Raymond Loewy, concept design for a NASA Stateroom in a space station, 1968; 5. Chesley Bonestell, Exploring Mars, 1953; 6. Rick Guidice, artistic rendering of the Bernal Sphere, a long-term space habitat, 1976

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1. HASSELL in collaboration with Eckersley O’Callaghan, interior of a concept human home on Mars, designed for NASA’s 3D Printed Habitat Challenge, 2018; 2. Foster + Partners, Mars Habitat design competition, RAC Laboratory, 2015; 3. NASA/JPL-Caltech, an artist’s impression of Insight, NASA’s latest lander for Mars, 2018; 4. SEArch+ and Clouds AO, Mars Ice House, a habitat 3D-printed with ice, 2015

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FEATURES A one-of-a-kind snapshot of the most exciting things happening in design today. A definitive record of the year in design, contextualised by a ‘Year in Review’ which surveys how design is tackling today’s most pressing issues. Featuring written contributions from over 50 leading voices in design. Their nominations span the fields of architecture, product, fashion, digital, transport and graphic design. Beautifully designed by celebrated graphic designer John Morgan – the second title in a redesigned series of colourful and collectible volumes.

Beazley Designs of the Year 2019 Edited by Beatrice Galilee EXHIBITION the Design Museum 18 September 2019 to 15 January 2020 Beatrice Galilee is curator of architecture and design at the Metropolitan Museum of Art

September 2019 176 x 116mm 240pp 144 colour illustrations Softcover | Worldwide rights £12.95 | $19.95 978-1-872005-44-7

Now in its twelfth year, the Design Museum’s Beazley Designs of the Year showcases the best in design from the past year. From the iconic buildings of the future to the most innovative products that are changing how we live today, the year’s most important designs from across the world are featured in this collectible volume. Nominated by an international group of design experts, past Designs of the Year nominees and winners include: Zaha Hadid, Gucci, SpaceX, Nike, Foster + Partners, Shepard Fairey, Comme des Garçons, Apple, OMA, Barber & Osgerby, Jasper Morrison, Thomas Heatherwick, Kanye West and David Adjaye.

N.B. The book spreads featured here are from the 2018 edition. The content from the 2019 edition will be revealed upon publication. FEATURED RELEASES | 9


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FEATURES Presenting rarely seen posters, diagrams, sketches and ephemera, some of which has been published for the first time in a Western context. Including newly commissioned essays from experts in architectural history, Richard Anderson, Jean-Louis Cohen and Deyan Sudjic. First published at the centenary of the Russian Revolution, coinciding with a widely reviewed exhibition at the Design Museum in London.

Imagine Moscow: Architecture, Propaganda, Revolution Edited by Eszter Steierhoffer Eszter Steierhoffer is Senior Curator at the Design Museum

November 2019 180 x 125mm 160pp 120 colour and b/w illustrations Hardcover | Worldwide rights Second edition ÂŁ14.95 | $24.95 978-1-872005-34-8

Published at the centenary of the Russian Revolution, this book portrays Moscow as it was envisioned by a bold generation of architects in the 1920s and early 1930s. Through evocative imagery and a wealth of rarely seen material, this book provides a window into an idealistic fantasy of the Soviet capital that was never realised and has since been largely forgotten. Focusing on six unbuilt architectural landmarks, Imagine Moscow explores how these projects reflected changes in everyday life and society following the revolution, during one of the most fascinating periods of the twentieth century. Largescale architectural plans, models and drawings are placed alongside propaganda posters, textiles and porcelain, contextualising the transformation of a city reborn as the new capital of the USSR and the international centre of socialism. FEATURED RELEASES | 13


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RONAN & ERWAN BOUROULLEC, CLOUDS, 2009


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FEATURES A provocative survey of the aspirational, radical and futuristic visions of the home, from the twentieth century to the present. Richly illustrated with over 200 colour images, showcasing rare and unusual drawings, products, prototypes and interior schemes which have impacted how we live today. Featuring rarely seen material from Ettore Sottsass, Superstudio, Enzo Mari, Archigram, Dunne & Raby, OMA, Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec, Joe Colombo and many more. Original essays on the home and its future by leading voices in the field, including Pier Vittorio Aureli, Adam Greenfield, Sarah Kember, Deyan Sudjic and Emilio Ambasz.

Home Futures: Living in Yesterday’s Tomorrow Edited by Eszter Steierhoffer and Justin McGuirk Eszter Steierhoffer is Senior Curator at the Design Museum Justin McGuirk is Chief Curator at the Design Museum

November 2018 DM January 2019 worldwide 240 x 170mm 304pp 260 colour illustrations Softcover | Worldwide rights £29.95 | $49.95 978-1-872005-42-3

The ‘home of the future’ has long intrigued designers and popular culture alike. Whether it was the dream of the fully mechanised home or the notion that technology might liberate us from home altogether, the domestic realm was a site of endless invention and speculation. But what happened to those visions? Are today’s smart homes the future that architects and designers once predicted, or has our idea of home proved resistant to real change? This book explores today’s home through the prism of yesterday’s imagination. Organised in six thematic sections – privacy, the smart home, compact living, self-sufficiency, nomadic lifestyles and the home as an idyllic landscape – this book proposes that we are already living in yesterday’s tomorrow, just not in the way anyone predicted. BACKLIST | 19


FEATURES A one-of-a-kind snapshot of the most exciting things happening in design today. A definitive record of the year in design, contextualised by a ‘Year in Review’ which surveys how design is tackling today’s most pressing issues, from gender discrimination to space exploration. Featuring written contributions from over 50 leading voices in design, including architectural photographer Iwan Baan, art curator Hans Ulrich Obrist and design critic Oliver Wainwright. The nominations span the fields of architecture, product, fashion, digital, transport and graphic design. Beautifully designed by celebrated graphic designer John Morgan – the first title in a redesigned series of colourful and collectible books.

Beazley Designs of the Year 2018 Edited by Aric Chen Aric Chen is Lead Curator for Design and Architecture at M+

September 2018 DM April 2019 worldwide 176 x 116mm 240pp 144 colour illustrations Softcover | Worldwide rights £12.95 | $19.95 978-1-872005-41-6 20 | BACKLIST

Now in its eleventh year, the Design Museum’s Beazley Designs of the Year showcases the best in design from the past year. From the iconic buildings of the future to the most innovative products that are changing how we live today, the year’s most important designs from across the world are featured in this collectible volume. Nominated by an international group of design experts, past Designs of the Year winners have included Shepard Fairey, Barber & Osgerby, Zaha Hadid and David Adjaye. 85 nominees are featured in this book, including SpaceX, OMA, Gucci, Rihanna, Erdem, Nike, Jasper Morrison, Burberry, Thomas Heatherwick, nendo and Naoto Fukasawa.


FEATURES A unique global survey of 840 groundbreaking designs from across the fields of architecture, digital, fashion, graphics, product and transport. A beautifully designed compendium featuring a range of innovative designs that have impacted and changed the world, from the first iPad to the first Tesla. Nominators for the award, 205 in total, have included Issey Miyake, Paola Antonelli, Sam Hecht, Wayne Hemingway, James Dyson, Sebastian Conran, Johanna Agerman Ross, Alain de Botton, Penny Martin, Bronwyn Cosgrave, Tony Brook, Adrian Shaughnessy, Anthony Dunne, Kim Colin and Marcus Fairs. Introduced with an essay by writer and Director of the Design Museum, Deyan Sudjic.

Designs of our Time: 10 Years of Designs of the Year Edited by the Design Museum editors and curators

December 2017 DM April 2019 worldwide 166 x 118mm 976pp 840 colour illustrations Softcover | Worldwide rights £25.00 | $45.00 978-1-872005-38-6

This book brings together all the nominations and winners for the Design Museum’s Designs of the Year Award over the last decade. It is a unique worldwide survey of contemporary design, reflecting a period of enormous social and technological change that began with the launch of the iPhone in 2007. In politics we have gone from Shepard Fairey’s ‘Hope’ poster for Barack Obama, to the Pussyhat protest against Donald Trump. A total of 840 innovative and thought-provoking designs from across the world are featured, ranging from the scale of Zaha Hadid’s architecture to Harvard’s human organs-on-chips project. The designs that have defined this moment in history include Herzog & de Meuron’s Beijing Olympic stadium, the Plumen light bulb, Google’s self-driving car and many more. BACKLIST | 21


Ferrari: Under the Skin Edited by Andrew Nahum and Martin Derrick

California: Designing Freedom Edited by Justin McGuirk and Brendan McGetrick

Fear and Love: Reactions to a Complex World Edited by Justin McGuirk and Gonzalo Herrero

Covering 70 years of Ferrari design and Ferrari the legend

How ‘Designed in California’ fast became the new ‘Made in Italy’

The new Design Museum’s opening exhibition catalogue

November 2017 co-published with Phaidon Press 270 x 205mm 240pp 200 colour illustrations Hardcover | Worldwide rights £39.95 | €49.95 | $49.95 978-0-714875-18-7

May 2017 co-published with Phaidon Press 270 x 205mm 240pp 250 colour illustrations Softcover | Worldwide rights £24.95 | €29.95 | $39.95 978-0-714874-23-4

November 2016 co-published with Phaidon Press 270 x 205mm 224pp 240 colour illustrations Softcover | Worldwide rights £24.95 | €34.95 | $39.95 978-0-714872-54-4

Beazley Designs of the Year 2017 Edited by Glenn Adamson and Eleanor Watson

NEW OLD: Designing for our Future Selves Edited by Jeremy Meyerson

Designer Maker User

Showcasing the most innovative designs from 2017

Exploring the potential for new design to enhance the experience of later life

October 2017 | Reprint pending 166 x 118mm 190pp 80 colour illustrations Softcover | UK rights £10.00 978-1-872005-37-9

January 2017 | Reprint pending 240 x 170mm 176pp 100 colour illustrations Softcover | Worldwide rights £15.00 978-1-872005-55-3

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Edited by Alex Newson, Eleanor Suggett and Deyan Sudjic A design primer, from the industrial to the digital revolution November 2016 co-published with Phaidon Press 220 x 160mm 240pp 250 colour illustrations Softcover | Worldwide rights £14.95 | €19.95 | $24.95 978-0-714872-52-0


Story of the Design Museum Featuring Terence Conran, John Pawson and Hélène Binet

Hello Japan: Paul Smith Exhibition Catalogue Contributions from Paul Smith and Deyan Sudjic

The Design Museum Fifty Series Authors include Sophie Lovell and Lauren Cochrane

The history of the world’s leading museum dedicated to design

Celebrating over 40 years of this iconic fashion brand

A stylish series covering the most fascinating topics in design

November 2016 co-published with Phaidon Press 166 x 118mm 190pp 80 colour illustrations Softcover | Worldwide rights £9.95 | €12.95 | $14.95 978-0-714872-53-7

June 2016 | Reprint pending published in Japanese only 302 x 215mm 176pp 200 colour illustrations Hardcover | JP rights £19.95 978-1-872005-47-8

2009 to 2017 published by Octopus Publishing 222 x 165mm 112pp 70 colour illustrations Softcover | Worldwide rights £12.95 Various ISBNs

Hope to Nope: Graphics and Politics 2008–18 With interviews by Milton Glaser and Shepard Fairey

Hello, My Name is Paul Smith Contributions from Paul Smith and Deyan Sudjic

The Design Museum in a Box

Presenting political graphic design from Obama to Trump

Celebrating over 40 years of this iconic fashion brand

100 iconic works, marking the Design Museum’s relaunch

March 2018 | Out of print 210 x 148mm 128pp 200 colour illustrations Softcover | UK rights £15.00 978-1-872005-35-5

October 2013 | Out of print co-published with Rizzoli 280 x 240mm 272pp 200 colour illustrations Hardcover | Worldwide rights $65.00 978-1-872005-48-5

October 2016 published by Penguin 132 x 168 x 65mm 100 postcards Hardcover | Worldwide rights £14.99 978-1-846148-70-5

Edited by Deyan Sudjic and Mark Cortes Favis

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EXHIBITION VIEW, HOME FUTURES: LIVING IN YESTERDAY’S TOMORROW, DESIGN MUSEUM, LONDON, 2018


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Home Futures: Living in Yesterday’s Tomorrow Curated by Eszter Steierhoffer and Justin McGuirk

Ferrari: Under the Skin Curated by Andrew Nahum and Gemma Curtin

Breathing Colour by Hella Jongerius Curated by Alex Newson and Hella Jongerius

A rich and provocative survey of the aspirational, radical and futuristic visions of the home

A major exhibition marking the 70th anniversary of Ferrari, from Ferrari the man to Ferrari design

The acclaimed Dutch designer takes a closer look at the world through the colours around us

Available from Autumn 2019

Available from Summer 2020

Available from Spring 2020

NEW OLD: Designing for our Future Selves

In the Making

Hello, My Name is Paul Smith

Curated by Jeremy Myerson

Curated by Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby

Curated by Donna Loveday

Examining how innovation and design can reimagine how we live the later stages of our lives

Unveiling the beauty of the unfinished object, curated by Barber & Osgerby

Charting Paul Smith’s rise from independent Nottingham retailer to a global fashion brand

Available from Summer 2020

Available from Summer 2019

Available from Spring 2020

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Touring Exhibitions Programme 2019 – 20

David Adjaye: Making Memory

Moving to Mars

Curated by Alex Newson

Curated by Justin McGuirk and Andrew Nahum

Exploring the storytelling power of architecture through seven key monuments and memorials

Charting the role design plays in humanity’s greatest challenge: a manned mission to Mars

An ambitious global survey of the most innovative and important designs of the past decade

Available from Autumn 2019

Available from Spring 2020

Available from Autumn 2019

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Designs of our Time

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