Magis has invited five international designers to reinvent traditional games to generate interest in outdoor pursuits in the age of the computer game. The games, which have been designed to be played by people of all ages, include Ross Lovegrove’s contemporary set of Lawn Bowls and Michael Young’s version of Hring Bol, the Icelandic answer to baseball. The games will be exhibited as a Collector’s Cabinet installation in the Design Museum’s Contemporary Design Gallery from 13 August to 27 October.
As Kosovan Masters student Edon Muhaxheri publishes his thesis on a forgotten Albanian alphabet from the 19th century, we speak to him about reimagining it as a digital font and
BBC Radio 4’s Desert Island Discs has a new identity created by D8, which takes inspiration from the watercolour paintings of Marc Chagall.
As LDF celebrates its fifteenth year, we look at the major commissioned installations within the V&A, which are spotlighting new spaces and finding different ways to interact with collections.
Design Week deputy editor Sarah Dawood will chair two panel discussions at Designjunction, featuring panellists including The Dots founder Pip Jamieson and Design Council CEO Sarah Weir.