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.
Exploring exhibitions and their design, from specialist shows at the Design Museum through to blockbusters at the V&A and Science Museum.
This year’s event will be going ahead with some significant changes in the face of the pandemic — here’s all the information you’ll need.
Es Devlin, Paula Scher and Neri Oxman are among the line up for this year’s Global Design Forum, with panels, discussions and workshops taking place online.
From exhibitions to books, there’s plenty going on this month for designers, their kids (and even their dogs) to catch.
The museum is re-examining how it portrays aspects of Scotland’s history which were underpinned by “the exploitation of enslaved and colonised people”.
The industrial designer – and avid art collector – has partnered with architects at Wilkinson Eyre to create the gallery space, which is slated for completion in 2021.
Kengo Kuma and Toyo Ito are among the 16 designers and architects to have produced work for an exhibition that explores the “relationship between dogs and their people”.
The pandemic has forced fashion off catwalks and out of stores – this is how designers are helping move something famously tactile into the virtual world.
While lockdown continues to ease, we’ve rounded up the best design activities for August – both indoors and outside – including a newly-opened exhibition.
Electronic: From Kraftwerk to The Chemical Brothers investigates the “futuristic dreams” of the music genre and its impact on design, art and society.
The gallery space dedicated to illustration has closed its site in Kings Cross and is regenerating a larger space in Islington, North London, which will now be known as The
The biannual London design event and Chatham House are inviting submissions on issues from health to work from the international creative community.
This year’s winners include a Twitter-inspired take on freedom of speech and a boundary-breaking book cover, as well as work inspired by refugees.
As galleries and museums begin to reopen during the easing of lockdown, we’ve made a list of the best design picks across the UK.
The annual festival has revealed the first of its line-up, which explores circular design and the possibilities of growing mangos in London.
As museums and galleries begin to open, we take a look at how exhibition design has been adapted for immediate needs, and how it could change forever.
The country might be easing its way out of lockdown, but many of the design events for the month ahead are still taking place in the virtual world, here are
The Class of 2020 has had an unprecedented end to their university careers but the work from this year’s grad shows impresses all the same – here’s our favourites so
The week-long celebration will see the museum dive into its official Glastonbury archive to highlight 50 years’ worth of festival fashion, sounds, stages and memories.
As COVID-19 shut down institutions, art galleries and museums have made pushes to be virtual. Could it be part of a bigger shift in the cultural sector?
Given “overwhelming consensus” LDF will go ahead in September 2020, with a revised format featuring greater “online activity” and focus on the “local”.
The competition’s winning entrant will receive £5,000, plus support to develop the idea alongside industry leaders and the Department for International Trade.
This is the second exhibition design tender launched by the museum for its new West Smithfield site, which has been designed by Stanton Williams and Asif Khan.
Lost Horizon will feature a line up of DJs, underground acts and visual artists, accessible to the world in lockdown through a virtual reality platform.