As London Design Festival gears up to open tomorrow, we sat down with its director to chat about obstacles, giving designers a stage and breathing life back into the city.
Host Emily Calandrelli talks diversity in science TV, experiments and why arts and science are inextricably linked.
Two of this year’s top prizes were design awards, including the first ever Black Pencil for a typography entry from a London-based foundry.
A new book from Phaidon charts the history of flowers as a medium for creativity, from the frescoes of antiquity to the product designers of today.
A design solution from consultancy Seymourpowell hopes to combine the best of office life and working from home after the pandemic.
Following a sleek crest redesign and a recent move to a brand new stadium, the West London club now has an updated look from Thisaway studio.
Ascend Studio has branded a Cambridge-based biotech company which hopes to reduce waste in the food production industry.
The “untraditional” new look, created by its in-house design team, includes bigger page dimensions, updated Pantones and “unapologetic” typography.
Innovative designers are working to create packaging materials that simply disappear in water — here, three of them talk methods, potential and uses, from tampons to noodles.
As the festival returns to the capital in both online and offline forms, Design Weeks picks the best of the line-up from talks to year-long installations.
Creative studio Truant has designed a mark which aims to unify the efforts of councils and retailers to get consumers recycling their electronic products.
Nolii wants to change the way people buy and view tech accessories through an emphasis on smarter design and sustainable materials.