Become a friend!

The friends of the Design History Foundation (FHD for its acronym in Spanish) are people who selflessly contribute, with an annual donation of € 35, to the achievement of the following objectives:

  • Investigate, disseminate and promote the history of design.
  • Ensure the conservation of documentary heritage.
  • Create an international community of researchers and passionate about the history of industrial, graphic, textile and costume design, and enable their meeting for the exchange of knowledge in the various symposia, conferences and meetings organized by the FHD.
  • Publication of books and articles that contribute to the dissemination of design history.

The donation of € 35 is annual and gives the right to a tax deduction in the IRPF fee.

In gratitude for this essential support, which allows us to launch new projects every year, friends receive:

  • Discounts on the activities and publications of the FHD.
  • Specific information about the Foundation’s activities via email.
  • Monthly online bulletin that includes international information related to the history of design: conferences, scientific and academic meetings, indexed magazines, job offers, publications, exhibitions, etc. The bulletin is conceived as a tool to support the professional career of historians and scholars.
  • The satisfaction of being a member of an exclusive community of people who care about research, protection and disclosure of the background of the material and visual culture of our time.
Become friends with the FHD. Together we make history. 

Registration form

Annual contribution 35€


I wish to become a friend of the Design History Foundation in order to enjoy the benefits approved by the Foundation’s board of trustees and hereby agree to pay the corresponding annual fee. I authorise the Design History Foundation, within the scope of its powers, to make use of the data provided on this form, and limit this authorisation to the purposes directly related to the cultural work undertaken by the Foundation. The Design History Foundation agrees not to cede the data provided to third parties.