This month’s selection includes spaces that pay homage to industrial heritage, and an opticians that uses mycelium to display its glasses.
All things furniture design, including the latest modern collections, interviews with furniture designers and profiles of retailers such as Ikea.
In packaging and multimedia design, the colour of the year could be used to bring “a vintage vibe” to a project, according to Pantone.
From illuminated sculptures to a sensorial curio booth designed to resemble a sanctuary, here are some of our favourite projects from this year’s Design Miami/ fair.
Gallerists, collectors, fair directors and designers on collectible design’s role in the wider industry; and why the pieces’ often-eyewatering price tags are justified.
From Twitter’s rebrand to X, to the collaborative process of designing the UK’s first gallery of South Asian culture, here are our top long reads of 2023.
The prestigious Royal Designers for Industry accolades announced as its head calls for designers to “accept the blame” for climate crisis
An exhibition celebrating influential female fashion designers and an event on digital design from an Asian perspective feature in Design Week’s December highlights.
The National Portrait Gallery’s two new hospitality venues and an authentically designed Thai restaurant in Borough Market feature in this month’s top interior projects.
Designed to reduce the amount of office furniture waste in UK landfill, the Koru furniture system aims to position sustainability as “a strategic advantage rather than a corporate responsibility”.
A food hall in Toronto and Italian restaurants in London and New York are among our favourite interior projects of the month.
A new restaurant in Limerick, Ireland, is an example of how Harrison works to reconcile the tension between local inspiration and the roots of the South African brand.
To celebrate the longevity of its 90-year-old Stool 60 design, Artek has launched a new collection that embraces the natural imperfections of wild birch wood.
Whether in Amsterdam, Paris or Porto, restoring original features and paying homage to history is a running theme in this month’s interior picks.
At London Design Festival’s Global Design Forum Shellworks co-founder Insiya Jafferjee and Atelier Luma designer Henna Burney discuss why new biomaterials are struggling to cross into widespread use.
Practical examples of bio materials and reuse are everywhere this year as the trade show looks to inspire an optimistic future.
From a seating installation inspired by a Japanese festival to a blown glass display that reimagines violent histories, here are the design stories behind the V&A installations.
Discussions will take place around how innovative materials can enter mainstream supply chains and how we can broaden the pipeline into the industry for young talent.
Expect to see exhibitions that look at designs of past and present and interrogate the future of mobility as well as celestial installations and examples of material innovations.
Design Council chief design officer Cat Drew explains the themes and topics in this year’s Design for Planet festival.
Design Week’s list of not-to-be-missed events at this year’s London Design Festival.
All the latest moves and changes across the design industry
As Space10 closes its doors, it leaves behind a newly launched website featuring archive works as well as sharing its tools, internal guidelines and collaborator contacts.
From quintessentially English Mayfair flagships to a restaurant that references Chinese opera, here are our top interior projects this month.
More than 500 days into the war, we spoke to designers in Ukraine about the different ways in which they are adapting to continue work.