Blackpool Council says the new museum, opening in 2018, will be “immersive, participatory and inclusive”.
Printed Matter exhibition showcases work by big names from the art and design world.
The consultancy has created the identity for Cheltenham’s newly-established cultural hub.
Work has started on the beehive-themed UK Pavilion for Milan Expo 2015 which will succeed Thomas Heatherwick’s Seed Cathedral.
Revelations: Experiments in Photography at the Science Museum showcases the influence of 19th century scientific photos on contemporary art.
Japanese consultancy Nendo has designed nine 26mm³ chocolates into different geometric shapes to represent different textures.
The display of works at the Whitechapel Gallery showcases the roots and developments of abstraction from 1915 to the present day, based on Kazimir Malevich’s “black square” painting.
An exhibition celebrating the last four years of theatre set, costume and installation design has opened at Nottingham Trent University, hosted by the Society of British Theatre Designers.
We chat to two Israeli designers about Arabic/Hebrew typefaces they have created in a bid to create unity between the two languages.
The designers of a new installation say they want to create a state of contemplation on the impact of coal.
London’s National Maritime Museum is seeking exhibition designers as it plans a £3.9 million refurbishment of its West Wing.
Wearable tech is finally becoming truly wearable and household objects are becoming more connected as design embraces the sensorisation of tech.
A recently opened exhibition in Madrid focuses on artworks that you can’t see, hear or touch – but instead you have to smell.
Business as Usual showcases light-hearted signs using an imaginative selection of fictitious business and product names.
The National Museum of Scotland is looking to appoint up to four consultancies to develop a series of interactive experiences for new galleries.