From the unseen subterranean world of London’s Tube network, to flying’s 5.7 million tonnes waste problem, here are the year’s most popular exhibition stories on Design Week.
Exploring exhibitions and their design, from specialist shows at the Design Museum through to blockbusters at the V&A and Science Museum.
From an immersive rendering of King Kong to a map that breaks down the UK into 1400 songs, these are some of our favourite studio projects from November.
Christmas may be upon us, but designers haven’t shut up shop just yet – alongside some more festive offerings this month the Design Museum will be discussing diversity, George H.
After her highly anticipated talk at this year’s Design Manchester, Design Week caught up with the veteran designer to talk about everything from being a woman in the business, failures,
Currently in the midst of a £18.1 million redevelopment project, the newly-named Museum of the Home has adopted a new, flexible brand, created by design consultancy dn&co.
Hosting more than 200 exhibits, Strip! How Football Got Shirty charts the technological and cultural evolution of the football shirt across the world.
This year’s winners also include a low-cost self-testing HIV kit, multi-lingual graphic system and self-driving shuttle bus.
Commissioned by the Wellcome Trust, The Liminal Space has created a travelling installation to help some of the 3.2 million UK workers who regularly contribute to the nightshift economy.
Cars: Accelerating the Modern World — the first exhibition exclusively dedicated to automobiles at the museum — explores the machine’s history and future.
Our guide of what to catch at the Offset Dublin conference, which has just announced a line up including illustrator Laura Callaghan, Pentagram’s Rory Simms and Lego’s Jen Kronvold Frederiksen.
Medicine: The Wellcome Galleries spans over 500 years of medical objects.
V&A East comprises two sites that the museum is developing in east London.
Eco-Visionaries draws from different creative practices in an attempt to find solutions for the environmental crisis.
House of Illustration’s exhibition W.E.B. Du Bois: Charting Black Lives includes all 63 of the celebrated essayist’s little-known graphic work.
From a law firm rebrand based on “murmurations” to an inventive use of drowned bicycles, these are some of our favourite projects from the last month.
This month Design Manchester turns seven, Anglia Ruskin University is telling tales with tech and Es Devlin is talking us through her latest installation.
“All humans are different, so being conscientious of visitors’ needs helps us to pre-empt our designs,” Pentagram’s Marina Willer says of exhibition design. “Being aware of what can restrict people
The museum has launched a new strategy in response, including an exhibition programme with broader appeal, in the hopes of “developing new audiences for design”.
Play Well will look at how play is an integral, but often overlooked, part of a well-functioning society.
The mission to get to Mars is creating countless opportunities for design, according to the new exhibition.
The UK’s largest animation festival returns for a fifth year with Shaun the Sheep screenings, workshops from Oscar-winning directors and family activities.
The exhibition, Hello, Robot. Design Between Human and Machine, examines our relationship with robots and how design is a “mediator” between us.
The fair returns to London for its sixth year in November, here Design Week talks to curator and co-founder Alastair Eland about the ones to watch at this year’s event.