London’s Design Museum Invites Public to a Virtual Tour of It’s Future Home

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Monday, September 9, 2013
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Former Commonwealth Institute building and new home for the Design Museum (courtesy pixelhut, Flickr)

Former Commonwealth Institute building and new home for the Design Museum (courtesy pixelhut, Flickr)

The Design Museum of London has welcomed over five million visitors since it opened in 1989, and now for the first time on September 22nd, it will open it’s doors virtually, via an online platform called Stickyworld. The web-based platform allows people to digitally navigate their way through the museum from the comfort of their own home. This is achieved by means of 360 degree renders, panoramic images and plans. The new location for the design museum is the former landmark Commonwealth Institute building in Kensington, which will provide three times the space of the current museum.

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