Seymourpowell’s Mariel Brown and Karen Rosenkranz present their key pieces.
A range of homeware and interiors pieces created in Britain will be sold at the event in west London next month.
Javid replaces Maria Miller, who has stood down following an expenses row.
The RA’s Crafted show features a high-chair designed for Prince George.
The University Alliance report calls for an overhaul of the design education system.
This year’s Designs of the Year exhibition at the Design Museum again shows the breadth and impact of design.
We are happy to announce the Design Week Awards 2014 shortlist.
There will be cost savings and tax breaks for some design businesses, manufacturing and export receive a boost, but question marks hover over some LLPs.
The IP Bill has passed through its third and final reading and now awaits a ‘consideration of amendments’ and Royal Assent.
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.