New architecture is increasingly influenced by animal forms, contends Hugh Aldersey-Williams in Zoomorphic, New Animal Architecture. The book looks at a ‘rash of buildings inspired by bizarre animals’ and its 260 illustrations feature work from Renzo Piano, Santiago Calatrava and Foster & Partners. It has been produced to accompany the Victoria & Albert Museum’s Zoomorphic exhibition, which incorporates architectural models, sketches and images of more than 40 buildings, alongside stuffed animal specimens. The book, published by Laurence King and designed by Godfrey Design, will be available from 19 September when the exhibition opens at the V&A.
Thompson Brand Partners has worked with charities Mind and the Royal Foundation to design the Mental Health at Work website, a new resource for employers and employees.
City life editor at Time Out, James Manning, tells Design Week the stories behind some of the most interesting covers from the past 50 years.
A new gallery devoted to the intersection of science and art has opened with its first exhibition, Hooked, which delves into the psychology behind addictions, from drugs to gambling and
From colourful, decorative wall-tape aimed at renters through to a way to capture memories of lost loved ones – we round-up some of the best exhibition stalls at this year’s