We take a look at the main touchpoints across the Games and explore the design story behind each one.
Running at The National Centre for Craft & Design, it will showcase work by tapestry weavers based everywhere from Scotland all the way to Japan.
A change to copyright law means that fake versions of classic design icons such as Ray and Charles Eames’ chairs will stop being sold from January 2017 onwards.
Last week, designer stationery company Moleskine opened a café in Milan – so we asked designers what brand they would like to see open a food and drink space.
Google has recently opened its new London office, set to be the company’s largest in Europe – we take a tour around the interiors to find out what it is that makes Google’s working environment so unique.
Help give an object a home with the Design Museum’s new fundraising campaign, which looks to raise £200,000 towards the construction of the new museum site.
Design Business Association head of services Adam Fennelow takes us through the results of a DBA member survey revealing members’ main post-Brexit fears and insights into how designers can benefit from the situation.
From the launch of a new Airbnb design studio to a call for interest to create the Beijing 2022 Olympic logo, we round up the important design news from the last seven days.
Pantone has worked with consultancy Rokkan to design an app, which allows users to mimic the exact colour of real objects and access Pantone’s entire library of colours.
The social media platform has a new feature which lets users create fleeting photo and video reels that will disappear after 24 hours, in the same style as Snapchat.
In celebration of its tenth anniversary, London Design Fair has selected India as its first annual guest country pavilion, which will see ten Indian designers and brands spanning product, textile and furniture design showcase their work. This is India is co-curated by London Design Fair founder and director, Jimmy MacDonald, alongside London-based consultancy Tiipoi’s founder, […]
Design studio set up to pool Airbnb’s design and engineering expertise in the hope of furthering the company’s “values and vision”.