Vanity Cases, from 23 July until 31 October, displays the work of Philippe Starck. The exhibition features examples of Starck’s work in miniature, presented in specially-made vanity cases. The event is a unique opportunity to explore the ideas of one of the most famous and prolific designers in the world today.

Venue: The Lighthouse, 11 Mitchell Lane, Glasgow G1.

Highlighting the impact of car design on culture and society, Moving Objects asks is car design the art form of the 20th Century? The exhibition, which runs from 29 July until 19 September, features the history of the car, the language of the designers and their sources of inspiration.

Venue: Royal College of Art, Kensington Gore, London SW7.

Living, from 24 July until 19 September, presents five domestic architectural projects by Dutch architect Rem Koolhaas. Through models, videos, transparencies, photographs and archives the exhibition introduces and explains the principles of Koolhaas’ design philosophy.

Venue: Institute of Contemporary Arts, The Mall, London SW1.

The work of artists Rupert Record and Alison Pullen is exhibited until 29 July.

Venue: Proud Galleries, 5 Buckingham Street, London WC2.

As part of the Media Art Festival Soho, Youngblood showcases the most innovative creative work of London students in print, sculpture, film, photography, new media and design. The work is on show from 27-30 July.

Venue: Ammirati Puris Lintas, 25 Soho Square, London W1.

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