Design Museum briefs designers to create work from home table Connected challenges nine designers to create a table adapted to working from home, though they will not be able to see their product until it’s finished.
The Design Museum has challenged nine designers to come up with a table and seating component, which are adapted to new working practices.
The London museum’s new project aims to showcase changing working practices among designers amid the COVID-19 outbreak.
Ini Archibong (Switzerland), Thomas Heatherwick (UK) and Sabine Marcelis (Switzerland) are among the cohort.
Each designer will be paired with a crafts person, and they will work through the design process together.

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