We delve into the Barbican’s new exhibition on science fiction, which includes artefacts dating from the 19th century right up to the present day, and speak to Ab Rogers Design about bringing the exhibition to life.
Last week, the Design Museum in London launched a new exhibition exploring Californian design. We ask designers about the designs which are most evocative of the place in which they live and work.
Studio asked nine leading industry directors who specialise in the interior design sector what advice they would give to a junior designer looking for work, how to make a lasting impression in an interview and what key skills designers need.
Winning entries for this year’s edition of the annual social design competition include an indoor wheelchair which functions as an attractive piece of home furniture, and a carpet which uses human urine to grow crops in refugee camps.
This week, American graphic designer Lance Wyman spoke to us about his latest retrospective exhibition in London, and entries opened for our annual Top 100 consultancy survey.
Wacom strikes new deals with Microsoft and Apple to collaborate on stylus products, which can work directly on devices running Windows Ink, Windows 10 and iOS.
This month, you can delve into all things science fiction at the Barbican, watch Stefan Sagmeister’s Happy Film and take a trip to the V&A’s new art and design quarter.
The Design Week Top 100 provides an annual benchmark of the design industry’s financial performance – enter your figures now to help us compile the results.
As Ikea launched its PS 2017 collection, Design Week and Ikea came together to discuss “designing for modern urban living conditions” and to learn how the company created its first fully customisable range.
Metro: Art at Velocity is a new East London exhibition that showcases some of the most memorable designs seen in metro stations and city centres worldwide.