Design Museum launches pop-up garden in The Tank over the River Thames

By Culture24 Reporter | 10 May 2013
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Overgrowing with grass and swish, futuristic interior beauty, a little-known London lunch getaway has just been opened by the Design Museum.

A photo of chairs inside a mock-up garden kitchen
The pop-up garden overlooks the River Thames, set outside a display area known as The Tank which unites works by leading designers including Jasper Morrison, Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby and Verner Panton.

Seating areas allow visitors to sit and relax in a space marking a new partnership between the museum and Swiss design company Vitra. All the pieces on display are available from the venue's shop.

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