Surveyed as a whole the vast landscape of innovation at CES is a picture of things we already knew about becoming more refined, but there is one new trend in particular which will impact design this year – the “sensorisation of tech.”
London’s National Maritime Museum is seeking exhibition designers as it plans a £3.9 million refurbishment of its West Wing.
Consultancy M Worldwide has designed a new bespoke store format for supermarket Morrisons, which is being applied to branches in Surrey, Gateshead and Milton Keynes.
As the new year stretches ahead of us, here are the five things Design Week would like to see happen in the design world over the next 12 months.
A new series of prints by architect and graphic designer Federico Babina creates imagined cityscapes with letters of the alphabet and names of famous architects.
James Greenfield is a former creative director at Airside and until recently he was executive creative director at DesignStudio, where he led the much-talked-about rebrand of Airbnb. This month he launches new studio Koto. We caught up with him to talk about his career, inspirations and opinions on Modernism…
Our most read stories of the week 1. We look at the 50 best record sleeve designs of 2014. 2. King’s College London has entered a period of further consultation on its planned Saffron-designed rebrand following student protests. 3. Designers give us their predictions on what might happen in the design industry in 2015. Our most […]
An exhibition exploring the untold stories of the homeless in Victorian London will open at the Geffrye Museum in Shoreditch, London.
Classic computer games are being uploaded to an “MS-DOS Emulation” site in their thousands and have been transformed into browser-based games.
In 1965, then-postmaster general Tony Benn asked designer David Gentleman to create new illustrations that would modernise stamp design. Fifty years on, the Royal Mail has 2,663 special stamps to show as part of its collection, ranging from the commemoration of the 1940 Battle of Britain to celebrating the “life” of fictional character Sherlock Holmes in 1993. To mark the 50th anniversary of their non-Royal-related stamp programme, we ask a selection of experts about their favourite design from each decade.
Consultancy Richmond has created all the interior designs for the 141,000-ton P&O cruise ship Britannia, which is set to launch from Southampton in March.
This month is rife with New Year resolutions. We ask designers what they would do differently in 2015.