“Mimus,” a giant industrial robot reprogrammed to interact with humans at Kensington’s Design Museum.
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From Walkmans to iPhones and classic cars to robotic arms, London's new Design museum will offer a journey to the world of contemporary design when it opens its doors to the public this week. The museum in London's plush Kensington district is the culmination of an 83 million pound ($103 million) project to transform a once-derelict building.British designer and founder Terence Conran hailed it as a "magnificent new cathedral of design" and said the move was "the most important moment of my career".The '60s modernist building – formerly London's Commonwealth Institute – was refurbished by architect John Pawson in a five-year project, retaining its striking roof.
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