‘Industrial Revolution 2.0’ at Victoria & Albert Museum

3D printing exhibition

Murray Moss has collaborated with .MGX and Materialise in the creation of the first ever exhibition at the Victoria & Albert (V&A) Museum to solely feature 3D printed pieces: ‘Industrial Revolution 2.0: How the Material World will Newly Materialise’.

The exhibition will form part of London Design Week and showcase works by Stephen Jones, Patrick Jouin, Iris van Herpen, and many others.  The pieces will be displayed in prominent positions throughout the museum, encouraging visitors to discover the futuristic creations in the context of their historical counterparts. If you’re curious about what to expect, simply browse the Moss website for a sneak peek.

Murray Moss is an American design entrepreneur, founder of the design art company Moss, and considered by many as one of the design world’s leading arbiters of taste. Wallpaper* Magazine named Murray Moss among the 150 Most Influential Taste Makers of the past 15 Years, while the International Herald Tribune called his store in SoHo (NYC) “the best design store in the world”.

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