A first look inside the Design Museum’s latest show, which profiles 25 women who use fashion “to define and enhance their positions in the world”.
Celtic motifs and modern detailings are brought together as Aer Lingus prepares to enter “a new era”.
Bookshop (featuring secret passage) designed in the spirit of the building’s original architectural style – by Denys Lasdun.
Photographs from the Information Age Gallery, which has been designed by Universal Design Studio.
The new rehoming centre in Manchester allows families to meet, learn about and train dogs.
Shortlisted Electrolux Design Lab projects include concepts to make carrots taste like steak and a hologram-based game that allows cooks to become “hunter-gatherers”.
Details emerge of “a bed that can do tricks” and a bedroom that can be split into two “chambers”.
I-Am has created the branding and interiors for new vegetarian restaurant Ethos.
Consultancy works with artist Han Meilin on designs to make passengers feel as if they are being “carried on the wings of a phoenix”.
Designs have been unveiled for Margate’s Dreamland – the seaside amusement park set to reopen next year following a project led by Hemingway Design.
Natural History Museum, the Imperial War Museum and National Portrait Gallery sign up to The Museum Freecycle UK portal.
AfroditiKrassa Studio has created the interior designs for TwoRuba – a new coffee space and lounge bar based on a “duality” concept.
The National Trust is opening up Flat 130 in Ernö Goldfinger’s Brutalist Balfron Tower – where the architect himself lived for a fortnight back in 1968.
New DNA-based anti-aging brand Geneu has launched a London flagship, designed by Imagination-owned consultancy Virgile & Partners.
A round-up of this week’s news in brief.