What to see and do in August: a major gallery is reopening, a bar has been designed where you can imbibe alcohol vapour and you can build your own speaker…
Newport Street Gallery, showcasing Damien Hirst’s personal art collection, will open this autumn. Hirst’s in-house team will design the exhibition interiors, having already created the branding.
The DBA’s John Scarrott talks to artist Terry Pope about the insights he has learned from 50 years of trying to bring a product to market (ultimately successfully).
After ten years at B&W Studio, which included a Design Week Awards Best of Show win for its St George’s Crypt work, co-founder Steven Wills has set up new studio
While Government plans to build a high-speed rail network from London to Birmingham and the North West are understandably contentious, its willingness to engage with designers opens up opportunities.
The Tesco Chester Superstore branch has worked with a dementia focus group to create a checkout which aims to provide clarity and ease of use for those living with dementia.
Hoskins Architects is leading the redevelopment of the Aberdeen Art Gallery and Studio Arc is working on exhibition design in 21 new permanent galleries.
Friday 24 July will be the last day you can start your Design Week Awards entries – you’ll then have a week to complete them.
As Interactive consultancy AllofUs parts with McCann we speak to AllofUs managing director Phil Gerrard about the consultancy’s new direction and business plan.
In his latest Four Corners column, which profiles designers from the African Diaspora, Jon Daniel talks to graphic novel artist and writer Woodrow Phoenix.
We speak to Bestival’s creative director Josie da Bank about her events consultancy venture House of Bestival, and the importance of keeping festival design fresh and changeable.
Last week, the Japanese government decided to scrap its design for the 2020 Tokyo Olympic and Paralympic stadium and start over. We ask designers about their favourite and most painstaking