Dutch designer Irma Boom has created a new identity for the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam.
With the delusional hopes that summer was well and truly here abruptly dashed, words like ‘tropical’, ‘island’ and ‘paradise’ are all it takes to set off imaginary Daiquiri-fuelled reveries of
Blogger and burger-fiend Burgerac has brought together a whole host of red meat-obsessed artists and designers to create a one-night-only show dedicated to the art of the burger. Burgerac, a
Spring is always time for a tidy and reshuffle, and it’s no different for London-based studio Tom Dixon. The studio’s shop, which is based at London’s Portobello Dock, has been
The streets of Paris were built on top of 170 miles of abandoned mines, now closed to the public but representing a rich source of hand-drawn typography carved into the
Other people’s passions are always inspiring, which is what made it doubly special to be in Cape Town for the Design Indaba last week. Not only did the Indaba –
The Design Council has launched a project which aims to reduce violence and aggression towards NHS staff in hospital accident and emergency departments.
Former Body Shop global creative director Nikki Austen has joined consultancy 300 Million as creative strategist.
The seven category winners of the Brit Insurance Design Awards have been announced. They include London’s Barclays Cycle Hire, winner in the Transport category, and personalised magazine app Flipboard, by
Rolls-Royce has been ranked number one Business Superbrand and Mercedes-Benz number one Consumer Superbrand in the UK in this year’s annual Business and Consumer Superbrands surveys.
Hella Jongerius: Misfit, is the second Phaidon monograph on Dutch product designer Hella Jongerius (1963). Stitch-bound and organised by colour, Misfit tells the story of Jongerius’ career whilst bringing you
What defines the British home – a battered armchair, an umbrella stand or perhaps a mug tree? It’s a question the team at Carl Turner Architects asked themselves during The