Dave Mullen Jnr

Empty Design Museum

The Design Museum invited me, on behalf of my architecture photography project Geometry Club, to explore and photograph their new space before it opens to the public on 24th Nov 2016.

The highlight was the enormity of the hyperbolic paraboloid roof. It has been beautifully exposed so that it could enjoyed from the inside. Here’s a selection of my photographs from the #emptydesignmuseum event.

looking up at the triangular facade of the Design Museum in Kensington A view from the first floor of the Design Museum in London A geometric perspective of the hyperbolic roof of the Design Museum in London iPhone photography of the interior of the London Design Museum A man sat in an empty theatre room inside the Design Museum designer, maker, user typography on a yellow tiled wall hyperbolic roof at The Design Museum in London colourful shapes revealed by the sliding display inside the Design Museum Common Room window graphic sign prints on the wall of the design museum hyperbolic roof structure with concrete and brick features shiny triangular yellow tiled wall do not touch icon at the museum a pile of books on a stool abstract shot inside a neon light display how can design change our world? pencil and note pad art installation inside the Design Museum sackler library and archive looking up the staircase at the design museum external shot of the hyperbolic roof design