25th June 2009


Lord Carter’s long-awaited Digital Britain report has been published. What one policy change do you think would encourage digital creativity in the UK, and why?

Kenzo Maison

News in Pictures

Kenzo Maison is set to launch a sheepskin pouffe, inspired by nomadic ewes and featuring oversized cowbells. The product is new Kenzo Maison creativedirector Antonio Marras’ first project for the

Jaime Hayón

News in Pictures

Jaime Hayón and artist Nienke Klunder are collaborating on an exhibition of furniture and art pieces inspired by 17th-century European crafts. The show, American Chateau Room One, will run from

Tender grace of thread

Textile art has come a long way, and is today a challenging and vibrant sector of the visual arts. The 62 Group, an artist-led initiative, has played an enormous part

Together Design

Guiding touch

Flashy design is rarely appropriate for wayfinding schemes in public cultural buildings such as museums and libraries. Keeping them deceptively simple is usually the best approach, finds Anna Richardson

Thomas Smith

Course power

Petrolhead appeal is taking a backseat as environmental and social issues increasingly drive development in automotive design. As the Royal College of Art’s specialist course reaches its 40th birthday, John

Let Weymouth Beach Group boost the resort

The regeneration of Weymouth’s seafront (News Analysis, DW 18 June) has been dealt a vicious blow by the South West Regional Development Agency reneging on funding agreed in principle to

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