Finished just in time for museums to reopen to the public on 17 May, the project uses the “local details” of the poet’s work to form the visitor experience.
Exploring exhibitions and their design, from specialist shows at the Design Museum through to blockbusters at the V&A and Science Museum.
Our choice of things to do in the coming month include an insight into Camille Walala’s creative process and an exhibition about the history of sneakers.
Night Fever: Designing Club Culture looks at the design of clubs like London’s Ministry of Sound, Berlin’s Berghain and New York’s Studio 54.
From swimming tigers, to “more-than-human” forests, these projects from the likes of Matt Willey, Kate Moross, Superflux and Mucho are our favourites of the month.
The street in South Kensington, which is home to the V&A, Science Museum and Natural History Museum, is looking for installations that support biodiversity.
There’s plenty to do in the upcoming weeks, from central London light installations to tiny treehouse building sessions for children.
You now have an extra three weeks to get your entries over before the deadline on 1 April and find out everything you need to know here.
As cultural institutions begin to reopen from mid-May, these are the exhibitions and dates to remember.
With an end to lockdown in sight, the online-only events in our March round-up could be some of the last. Here’s what’s going on.
The 93-year-old graphic designer, who began her career in the 1950s, talks type, luck and forever seeking Armin Hofmann’s “prima”.
A budget of £12,000, including a £4,000 fee, is being offered for the winning design of the Curating Concourses competition.
A suite of projects are slated to celebrate the gallery’s 200th birthday in 2024, including a new research centre and a redesigned welcome area.
London studio Spaceagency has developed the wayfinding and signage system for the international event with the help of local craftspeople.
The semi-open-air structure is built from scaffolding, with Stufish saying its adoption will “future-proof” an industry decimated by the pandemic.
It will be another month spent at home but you can still take in everything from utopian community building to overcoming creative barriers and more.
This year winning work will be given a bigger platform than ever before, we are assembling our biggest ever judging panel and categories have been tweaked for maximum relevance.
The light art festival is committing more than £50,000 to fund six new designs ahead of its November 2021 event in Durham, UK.
A series of recent high-profile events have featured futuristic drones shows – but as these designers tell us, a good production needs more than just tech to tell a story.
With theatre doors shut, the department store has handed over creative control of their famous window displays to six designers.
As part of our series of design in 2021, Pippa Nissen, director at Nissen Richards Studio looks at what will happen in exhibition design in the next 12 months.
In a year where many cultural institutions were closed, exhibition designers had to adapt and often bring the museum experience into our own homes.
Based on the content of the Fantastic Beasts films, the exhibition explores mythical creatures alongside real-life ones in the name of conservation.
Less But Better has been curated and designed by London-based Systems Studio and aims to introduce the German designer’s work to “new audiences”.
With the festive season heading our way, Design Week looks at some of the UK and Ireland’s flagship store window displays.