Fiction is an “invisible” bookshelf that gives the impression of a stack of books either balancing at an impossible angle or toppling from a pile.
Form co-founder Paula Benson is launching an online resource that will help film fans find the furniture featured in their favourite movies.
West London’s Design Centre Chelsea Harbour has unveiled something of a woolly concept to mark the imminent art fair madness taking over London next week.
The east London interiors behemoths have taken an unexpectedly experimental turn.
This year, Designersblock has upped sticks from its former home at the Southbank, crossing the river to take up residency in Clerkenwell.
The new Africa Calling design showcase comes to London’s Southbank centre next weekend.
The Art Fund has launched an appeal to buy the Wedgwood Collection – a body of more than 80,000 historical pieces that is in danger of being separated and sold off.
We get the views of Scottish consultancies and those with major Scottish clients.
Product and furniture designer and architect Alvar Aalto, and architecture photographer Ola Kolehmainen are being celebrated at a new London show opening next month.
The furniture designer’s beautiful new pieces aim to ‘notice something unseen before’.
We look at the fruits of a four-year Herman Miller study into the office of the future.
Bubble gum, armour and the Congo are among the inspirations behind the work of furniture designer Mattia Bonetti.
Artist Stuart Semple has created a series of skeletal chairs, all inspired by the song Dem Bones.
Furniture company Wormhole Design has teamed up with printmaker Paul Catherall for a lovely new London exhibition.
Pinta London’s celebration of industrial design from Brazil and Mexico opens this week.