We take a look at the life and work of 20th century French designer Charlotte Perriand, whose modernist career is the subject of a blockbuster new Design Museum exhibition.
The former PRO14 Rugby league has rebranded as United Rugby Championship, with a new identity featuring lifestyle-inspired touches.
The new identity for work sharing platform Reveal plays with imagery associated with secret societies to showcase the brand’s more open approach.
The London thoroughfare is to be redesigned with two pedestrian-only piazzas this year in an attempt to rival New York’s Times Square.
The V&A’s new permanent gallery, which tracks design from 1900 to now, aims to broaden the horizon with under-celebrated names and the help of Kim Kardashian’s selfies.
We’re excited to announce the full Awards shortlist below. Stay tuned later in the month for our Winners Showcase, which will be revealed on the site as part of a
(Re)new supposedly requires 60% less packaging than the equivalent amount of water in bottled form, thanks to its five litre “bubble” concept.
Engineering Solutions: Air Pollution is informed by the company’s work in the sector, and is intended to complement existing science, design and technology curriculums.
The Royal Society of Arts has unveiled the winners of its 97th annual Student Design Awards, and these are the projects we think you should know about.
The new project builds on the museum’s research project last summer, which seeks to examine the British festival’s impact over 50 years.
The IKEA-style solution aims to make the fit-out process easier and cheaper, while also getting designers back into unoccupied commercial space.
The winners of the annual Design Museum schools challenge hope the design will help support bee populations with a new pollen source.
The intricacies of creative projects often pose access challenges for those who struggle to read – how can designers reconcile creativity with accessibility?
Have your say about about working patterns in the design industry and the kind of change you’d like to see.
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Swedish design studio Kurppa Hosk has worked with the DJ platform on its first identity update since 2012, which launches alongside its first-ever app.
Peter Blake: Collage incorporates around 30 typefaces – many bespoke or customised – in an attempt to create a playful approach to the artist’s work.
The Peequal is a flatpack solution for outdoor events, where the queue for women’s toilets can be up to 34 time longer than men’s.
The Department for Transport’s Office of Zero Emission Vehicles says the designs could have potential to become “a piece of iconic British street furniture”.
The British interior designer discusses her Eastern influence, funk music and the importance of the home after a year of staying in.
A total of 19 international illustrators have been brought together for the project, which aims to “represent, humanise and tell the stories” of Asian people.
Designed in collaboration with Rehab and Herezie, the app allows people to scan recreational drugs (specifically MDMA) and identify pills.
Created by Studio Cronica for think tank Centre for London, Your Future London allows the city dwellers to have a say in the capital’s future.
Part of Coventry’s UK City of Culture celebrations, the film festival will launch this summer with the aim of turning “the whole city into a cinema”.
As the seltzer drinks sector becomes mainstream, design studios are tapping into ‘fauxstalgia’ and gender-neutral branding to appeal to a younger audience.
New regulation offers brand, product and retail designers a chance to innovate, argues Landor & Fitch industrial design lead Jack Holloway.
The project has been worked on via the studio’s philanthropic arm, the JKR Foundation, and aims to showcase the charity as “the leader it is”.
The studio has designed the cover for plant-based food brand Merchant Gourmet, and hopes the project will help change consumer food habits.
This year we’re expecting a mix of in person and online graduate shows as the country emerges from lockdown – here is our guide to what’s on offer.
The third edition of the festival – themed around resonance – puts a spotlight on materiality, racial issues and designing in an age of crisis.
Designers and fans can enjoy a mix of virtual and in person events this month, from a month-long festival dedicated to type, to a course in becoming a better mentor.