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This 'museum in a box' contains 100 world-famous designs, including the first Apple computer, furniture by Tom Dixon, Zaha Hadid's architectural models and Alec Issigonis' iconic Mini Cooper.

The Design Museum is home to the visionaries that shape our lives and create our futures: Terrence Conran, Zaha Hadid, Alvar Aalto, Jonathan Ive, David Chipperfield, Tim Berners-Lee, Louis Kahn. From the simple wooden chair to the supersonic Concord, the museum spotlights era-defining designs in architecture, fashion, interiors, transport and technology, helping us to better understand the complex relationship between form and purpose.

This 'museum in a box' contains 100 world-famous designs, including the first Apple computer, furniture by Tom Dixon, Zaha Hadid's architectural models and Alec Issigonis' iconic Mini Cooper.

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