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The former chief of design at Apple has teamed up with the property rental service to create “the next generation of Airbnb products and services”.
The online interiors store has created a virtual version of its Amsterdam show apartment to bring its latest collection into people’s homes.
Designed by Plaid and Lombaert Studio, Unfinished Business takes visitors on a journey of activism from the feminist thinkers of the 1700s, to the campaigners of today.
Featuring mammoth tusks and refitted snowmobiles, Arctic: Culture and Climate is designed to evoke the polar landscape in an “abstract” way.
The V&A Innovate programme focuses on “designerly learning” and has been adapted to meet the needs of teachers in the era of COVID-19.
The annual awards exhibition aims to highlight the diverse design reponses to world events, from self-sanitising door handles to Stormzy’s police vest.
An update of one of her best-known typefaces, Rail Alphabet 2 is a collaboration between Calvert, Henrik Kubel and design consultancy Spaceagency.
The Barcelona-born graphic designer and his “playful” editorial portfolio is the subject of a new Counter-Print book.
The institute’s prototype hopes to provide greater privacy and usability for women with sight loss finding out their results.
The new look has been designed to better reflect the whisky brand’s manufacturing processes and also marks a shift to more eco-friendly packaging.
Our latest poll reveals mixed fortunes for the industry, with 48% of designers still worried about making it into 2021.
Interbrand aims to combine legacy and future in its rebrand of multi-purpose chain Casey’s, which operates over 2,200 stores across mid-west America.
The Australian Centre for the Moving Image has been given a new identity to match its “ground-breaking” vision ahead of a £20m physical transformation.
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The driverless vehicles will come in four different models, which can transport freight around various locations, from factory facilities to motorways.
National Theatre set designer Katrina Lindsay reveals how the Olivier theatre has been remodelled for a safely-distanced season of drama.
The Pentagram partner will take over from Kate Stanners as president of the design and advertising body for 2020/21.
Ahead of the Alice: Curiouser and Curiouser exhibition, gaming studio Preloaded reveals how it brought Lewis Carroll’s world to life in virtual reality.
The leaders of creative teams at Channel 4, Pentland Brands and Specsavers discuss the realities of working in-house, from budgets and talent, to stigma and internal relations.
808303.studio is a collaboration between the Pentagram London partner, Roland, Counterpoint Studio and London’s Design Museum.
The apprenticeship-style programme, which sees students pay no tuition fees and earn a full salary while studying, will now culminate in a Dyson degree.
The logo has been unveiled in conjunction with new brand Google Workspace, which seeks to integrate the tech company’s productivity apps more seamlessly.
Ragged Edge has designed a typographic identity for the spirits brand which hopes to engage a new audience of at-home drinkers.
The new illustration and photography agency from News UK will showcase creatives from underrepresented backgrounds in the hopes of diversifying the media.
The illustrator-turned-writer is self-publishing his new book, which features 21 illustrated stories inspired by everyday objects found on British streets.
The former Penguin in-house designer talks typographic tips, avoiding apologetic design and why authors care so much about how their books look today.
The multidisciplinary group of creatives bring a range of talents and experience to the challenge of how organisations react to the climate crisis.
Designers have a pop-up garden, a deep dive into British logos, the Beazley Designs of the Year exhibition and more to see them into the autumn months.
Design studio Civilization has given “natural organic reduction” company Recompose a new identity based on “family trees and route systems”.
Some of the most inspiring projects from the month include heat-reactive stamps with a hidden message and a mycelium “living coffin”.