Consultancy Together Design is launching an online shop.
Celtic motifs and modern detailings are brought together as Aer Lingus prepares to enter “a new era”.
Health-tracking company Fitbit has followed tech giants Apple and Samsung into the smartwatch market.
The NoPhone is a solid block of plastic that allows people to manage their phone addiction using a surrogate device.
Engineering group CPI is seeking designers to help realise “windowless planes” which project the outside view onto the inside of the fuselage.
The Craft’s Council’s two-day Make:Shift:Do event next month offers the opportunity for people to try their hand at techniques such as 3D printing, smart textile creation and CNC milling.
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.
Dyson says its humidifier uses “Ultraviolet” cleansing technology to kill 99.9 per cent of bacteria used in the product’s water.
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”.
A round-up of this week’s news in brief.
A new London Underground tube train “inspired by contemporary London” is being created, with designs by PriestmanGoode and Transport for London.
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 designs are the result of a collaboration between Chauhan Studio, ustwo and The Chase.
Children’s ride-on suitcase brand Trunki has blamed “copycats” after moving into the red with a £1.5 million annual pre-tax loss.