We speak with Christina Koehn about how a team of 2000 designers works effectively and the challenges of designing ubiquitous, mass market products for a wide range of users.
We delve into the design industry with longer reads, exclusive interviews, opinion pieces and reviews.
We take a tour with Ralph Applebaum Associates, which designed the Second World War Gallery and Casson Mann which has designed the Holocaust Gallery.
As employees learn to adapt to new ways of working, designers weigh in on how office spaces can help them adjust.
From European-inspired restaurants, to scientific research facilities mixing old and new, these are the interiors projects that have caught our attention recently.
Basketball is more popular than ever in the UK, but remains underfunded. Could graphic design provide an answer?
FluentPet uses a system of buttons to give pets a voice, but how is design, cognitive science and research combined to make it work and can dogs can interpret pictograms?
A mixture of in-person and online events are slated for this month, covering topics like craft, innovation, furniture and sustainability.
From a purifying algae playground to imaginative bottle designs, these are some of the projects that caught our attention this month.
National Rail raised eyebrows this week with a green revamp of its logo – we spoke to designers including Astrid Stavro and Matt Baxter about the change.
The illustrator talks to Design Week ahead of a new exhibition about breaking into the industry and why it’s more fun to draw haute couture than “wearable clothes”.
From upcycled cabinets to a spotlight on Baltic design, we run down the can’t-miss exhibitions and trade shows at this year’s London Design Festival.
We speak with Transport for London designers about how they are using the organisation’s rich design history to help people navigate the city in new ways.
After a year off because of the pandemic, the museum is back with a slate of projects and installations for 2021 covering everything from climate change to AI.
From the circular economy to human centred design, these are the talks that are not to be missed at this year’s festival.
With a promise to help people “rediscover the whole city”, Design Week picks out the not-to-be-missed features of this year’s London Design Festival.
As the Barbican prepares to show the first retrospective of the Japanese-American designer and sculptor in 20 years, we explore his life, inspirations and work.
The “historic” set took just three weeks to design and build, and remains a memorable moment in pop culture history, but how was it done?
The five-day virtual conference aims to make a “more tight-knit” vegan design community, through talks, exhibitors and networking.
A new book showcasing over 250 cooking tools explores the design history of everyday utensils – from the Microplane to the mezzaluna.
We speak to Dr Jane Hall, whose new book Woman Made, seeks to highlight the work of women in design who have largely been overlooked by history.
These accounts should help cut through the sensory overload of Instagram and provide inspiration if you are at a creative ebb.
From a “playground of sound” in Mayfair to a ‘90s-inspired arcade game, these were some of the projects that caught our eye this month.
As we approach autumn, September brings with it several not-to-be-missed design events, including the 19th edition of London Design Festival.
We speak to the illustrator about learning from nature, how her anthropology background supports her craft and the need to question briefs.