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I was there in and out, it took about 30 minutes. Almost missed the 30 minutes parking time frame nearby. The entrance fee was low ($10) but I feel like they couldn't ask for more. The guide was very knowledgeable and enthusiastic, but it wasn't really that interesting to me. Maybe because I was expecting graphic design. I didn't know... 更多
,We expected to see examples of design furniture like Danish and Swedish product. What we got was completely different: the focus is on the new ( and future) possibility that technology is giving people to make their own pieces, to integrate technology in daily products, to make life/products easier, safer and more fun. We had a very enthusiast guide but... 更多
The current exhibit highlighted the history and evolution of "user-centered" design. In other words, the system of designing for people of all shapes, sizes, needs and desires. It was fascinating to see some of the bizarre products that were conceived and prototypes made even though the products did make it to distribution. Even though the exhibit is very small, it... 更多
Fun exhibits that are changed out constantly. The space itself is quite small but if you have spare time with nothing to do, it's should be a nice visit.
We went here on National free Museum Day March 12,2016. Yes it is very small museum,but we enjoyed the exhibits about 3D-printing.The staff was very informative & great customer service.I really enjoyed this this location & musuem.
We went in late 2015 for the exhibit about 3-D printing. We liked it enough to return late with friends. The museum itself is rather small, and is limited to 1 exhibit at a time. However, if you check and find an exhibit you're interested in, it is well worth the $10 per adult ($5 for those under 18) charge.... 更多
The current exhibit is about 3D Printing. It is the only exhibit available at this time. Several videos explain and demonstrate examples of 3D Printing, from replacement bones to space station components, blood vessels, architectural models, shoes, dresses and even an entire three story house in Amsterdam. This musuem is very interesting. Allow at least 2 hours to visit.
I visited Design museum in Atlanta with my daughter. She is really interested in art and design. The place was very clean and neat atmonphere, but I felt too small...means only few items were exhibited only on the first floor. I thought there are more things in other floors, but that is all. We were a little disappointed. If you... 更多
This unusual musem located in midtown Atlanta is across the street from the High Museum. There are no permanent exhibits; just temporary ones. I saw their exhibit on 3 D printers, which blew my mind. Who knew that 3D printers are being used to make artificial limbs? Much cheaper than in the past, less than $400 as opposed to $60,000... 更多