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The tradition of British hardware design is having a renaissance moment. In the past few years, a crop of young tech entrepreneurs has launched revolutionary products that provide solutions to modern lifestyle problems. From toys that teach small children about programming, to interactive interface design to bike lights that save lives, these inventions are made by multi-disciplinary teams of engineers, scientists, artists and designers, who believe that design should, can and will reinvent the way we live. These brands are part of a close-knit community that provides support, inspiration, resources and a sense of purpose. London Tech City marks the first time that this group has been formally recognized as a budding movement.

The MoMA Design Store is pleased to expand its suite of products made with Kickstarter, building off of its successful debut in Spring 2014 in honor of NYCxDESIGN. By involving the public in the creative process, Kickstarter uses the power of community to help designers take great ideas from concept to reality. MoMA Design Store is proud to honor more individuals and their designs as examples of how everyone is capable of making incredible things.

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Since opening their first store in Japan in 1983, MUJI has become not only an internationally renowned company, but for many people is a way of life. Infused with usefulness and style, MUJI merchandise is based on three simple elements: materials, process, and packaging. Their guiding principle is flexibility, providing the savvy customer with products that are beautiful, useful, and essential "objects for living."

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