The east London interiors behemoths have taken an unexpectedly experimental turn.
Speirs + Major and Michael Grubb Studio have created a new lighting scheme for the east London park.
The James Dyson Award national winners have been announced.
This year, Designersblock has upped sticks from its former home at the Southbank, crossing the river to take up residency in Clerkenwell.
After much anticipation, Apple has unveiled the Apple Watch, the company’s first foray into wearable technology.
Four young designers have taken ‘disruptive’ as a starting point for explorations of inherited institutions, and of the possibilities of design itself.
Berg is closing after a failed bid to create a connected-devices business.
Newson is taking the role of ‘designer, special projects’ and will work with Sir Jony Ive.
Dyson and Samsung may have hit heights with their glitzy launch events, but Apple looks set to blow them away.
The new Africa Calling design showcase comes to London’s Southbank centre next weekend.
Dyson says the robot can ‘see where it is, where it has been, and where it is yet to clean’.
Samsung says the new Galaxy Note Edge will let users have quick access to frequently used apps, alerts and device functionality, event when the screen is closed.
The founder of Italian eyewear giant Luxottica, which is developing new Google Glass models, says he would not wear the product in its current form.
4c Design has worked with Grant Douglas, who has cerebral palsy, to create a spoon that can ‘transform mealtimes for people with shaky hands’.
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.