We visited the electronics brand’s headquarters in Struer, north west Denmark and spoke to head of design Marie Kristine Schmidt to find out more about the design-led business.
The new car is orange, black and white and the look has been designed to hark back to the winning cars of the 1960s.
Design Week will be there for the whole week finding out about the latest news, plans and projects from designers.
Aldridge, who has died aged 73, created outrageous, psychedelic illustrations, books and album covers for the likes of The Beatles, The Who, Elton John and Penguin’s science fiction titles. We look back at his illustrious life.
UPS has trialled a system where packages can be delivered by drone from the the top of trucks.
Last week, we wrote about a new Pink Floyd exhibition set to open at the V&A in May. We ask designers which musicians, alive or deceased, they’d love to see immortalised in a museum.
An on-the-ground look at protest poster art, and redesigns for Butcombe Brewery and Frieze contemporary art magazine – the important design news from the last seven days.
Emojis, peaches and flaming globes – we attended the latest London rally opposed to President Trump’s UK state visit and spoke to protesters about the placards they had created.
The consultancy has been commissioned to work on separate exhibition spaces focusing on the historical interpretation of Lincoln, St Albans and the Cathedral Church of St Marie in Sheffield, which have all received Heritage Lottery funding.
As part of our Design Week at 30 series we catch up with University of the Arts London professor of interactive digital arts Fred Deakin to talk about how design education has changed over the years.
We speak to Daniel Herrmann, curator at the new Eduardo Paolozzi exhibition at the Whitechapel Gallery, about what visitors can expect to see at the show.
A patent suggests that Dyson could be moving further into beauty electronics with a heated hairbrush that would complement the company’s existing Supersonic hairdryer.