A search to discover the public’s most-loved example of British design has been launched by the Design Museum and BBC 2’s The Culture Show. The Great British Design Quest is asking for nominations on the best design since 1900 from a longlist of 25 designs. The list includes the Anglepoise Lamp (pictured), designed by George Carwardine in 1932; the Verdana typeface created by Matthew Carter in 1996 and Neville Brody’s art direction of The Face, which commenced in 1981, a year after the magazine’s launch.
Designed in collaboration with Stockholm-based studio Teenage Engineering, the collection aims to “democratise light and sound at home” with affordable modular pieces.
When the world’s biggest artists have a vision for virtual reality, London-based Acute Art provides the platform to make it possible.
Cape Town-based design conference and festival Design Indaba returns next month promising a special edition to celebrate 25 years.
The Yoto Player — a connected speaker with a light-up smiley face — can play stories, music, radio and podcasts for children.