More than 500 brands will be showcasing their wares and presenting new collections at this year’s London Design Week, which takes place at Chelsea Harbour.
The V&A is showing works by prolific 18th century designer William Kent.
Gallery Libby Sellers is showing new work by Anton Alvarez, created with his thread-wrapping machine.
Unlike its Krautrock namesake, the Aram Gallery’s new Kraft Work show eschews the world of computers in favour of analogue materials – cardboard and paper.
Interior design studio and gallery 19 Greek Street is celebrating the natural world in design form with its new Forces of Nature show.
Hemingway and the Blackburn is Open campaign aims to ‘wage a war’ on empty shops in the town.
A little space in Peckham has been transported back to 1936: the sights, the smells, the stories – it’s all there, thanks to the creative brains behind Traces.
The ‘Lady Gaga of design’, as the New York Times called him, celebrates a retrospective of the last 25 years of his design career.
Buckinghamshire New University is cutting its undergraduate furniture course as part of a review of its portfolio.
A statement from B&B Italia says, ‘The furniture industry has lost a great pioneer in Italian design’.
Interiors behemoth Home returns this month to London’s Earls Court.
A showcase of northern design talent opens in Newcastle this weekend.
The 2014 Design Awards is open for entry.
Dutch designer Aldo Bakker has selected designs that parallel his own for a new London show.
We went on a soggy but brilliant - and comprehensive - LDF tour, on a snazzy blue Tokybike.