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The new Design Museum has just opened its doors and to celebrate we asked experts to pick iconic designs that have come out of this city. The list was rich and diverse with some unexpected suggestions: City Mapper, Gareth Pugh’s SS07 collection and Eric Gill’s signage on the Black Friar pub. That’s hardly surprising: design sits at the centre of a Venn diagram of art, architecture, fashion and technology, and London has always been a pioneer in all of them. Here are ten which we feel are the most enduring and influential.
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