Studio Archirivolto will present its latest range of chairs, Nord- Sud-Ovest-Est, at the Milan furniture fair in April.
Anyone expecting insights into Voodoo’s roots in West Africa, or its synthesis with Christianity by the African diaspora, will probably be disappointed.
The recession will see radical shifts in social behaviour, so make sure your innovation and brand strategies are up to speed, says Dorothy Mackenzie
Cardboard is alive with possibilities. A new wave of enthusiasts is using it as room dividers, event decor and exhibition vitrines. Its eco-friendliness and low cost give it enduring appeal,
American textile designer Alexander Girard was a favourite of Herman Miller in the 1950s – as well as a noted retail innovator. Some of his bright, folk-themed ideas have been
Towards the end of my school career, I was sent by a craft, design and technology teacher to a screen-printing studio, based in an old Rochdale schoolbuilding, called Peopleprint. Perhaps
Christmas is but a distant memory, and the harsh facts of life in the downturn are about to hit home. Adrian Shaughnessy tells designers what they can expect
Katie Scott has created the illustrations for the new CD by comedians John Lloyd and Bill Bailey, The Museum of Curiosity, which is being released today
Magpie Studio has created a suite of promotional print items to support estate agent Knight Frank’s activities. The materials, launching this week, include key values and seasonal messages to be
There are good reasons to be cheerful about Priestman Goode’s latest train project for Chinese engineering group Sifang Locomotive Company.
Sedley Place is designing a range of interiors for Atum Cove, a recreational development in Egypt, set in a newly landscaped 120ha space. Appointed by Cypriot developer Trustwise in September
A sneak preview of the design for Hussein Chalayan’s upcoming show at the Design Museum reveals that its look is inspired by airports and books. Block Architecture and graphics group