The pavilion is called We are Energy, and features a panoramic screen depicting a virtual landscape, with an accompanying soundtrack by composer Brian Eno.
The Conservative Party has failed to secure a majority and will join up with Northern Ireland’s DUP to form the new UK Government – we ask designers how they feel about the result and what this could mean for the industry.
From a new Swedish museum showcasing brands’ biggest “f*ck ups” to the design industry’s fears around Brexit and creative talent, we round up the important news from the last seven days.
Read our pick of art and design degree shows at colleges and universities all over the UK this summer, which will showcase graduate work spanning disciplines from product and textile to graphic and furniture design.
A round-up of moves, changes and appointments in the design world.
If you’re planning to head to any graduate design shows this summer, here is our comprehensive guide to all of this year’s exhibitions.
Architects Diller Scofidio + Renfro and Gensler are currently working on the expansion of New York’s Museum of Modern Art, which will see its gallery space increase by 30%.
Type designer Jeremy Tankard has redesigned his typography.net site so that it works across all devices and can offer buyers trial features across a platform which is easier to navigate.
Last week, a new exhibition on science fiction opened at the Barbican featuring masks, costumes and other designs from classic sci-fi films and TV series. We ask designers about their most memorable prop designs.
In this exclusive extract from Ends, a new book by former Ustwo design director Joe Macleod, he sets out his theory on “closure experiences” and asks: “How many products have you started, designed, launched and built a customer base for? Do you have the same passion about ending them appropriately? Does it matter?”
With the general election due to take place this week, we look at the six main parties’ policies around creative education, small businesses, and art and culture.
The HomePod speaker looks to combine sound quality and voice control to compete with rivals such as Amazon and Google.