The 60th edition of the Salone del Mobile design festival will go back to an in-person format and put environmental awareness at its centre.
All things furniture design, including the latest modern collections, interviews with furniture designers and profiles of retailers such as Ikea.
The chair takes its name from runner Lasse Virén, who fell in the middle of the 10,000-metre final at the Olympics but managed to get back up and win gold.
There’s plenty on offer for design lovers this month – from in-person craft events to the reopening of a gallery crucial to British art history.
We consult designers working to produce digital furniture, lighting and spaces to find out where the opportunities are.
Ahead of the release of her new book, Barbara Bloemink discusses why the 20th century artist and designer deserves to be reappraised for her talent.
For many clients, working sustainably can be a red flag signalling an outlay of time and money – here is how designers can challenge these beliefs.
The new Sky Arts series, which has been developed alongside the V&A and Lexus, aims to “introduce and deconstruct” design for a wide TV audience.
As part of our series of design in 2022, Luke Pearson, Pearson Lloyd co-founder, offers his view on what might happen in furniture design over the next year.
Tom Lloyd, the newly appointed Master of the Faculty of Royal Designers and founding partner of Pearson Lloyd, proposes a shift in the way designers operate.
From an award-winning one-step ladder to Coca-Cola’s venture into paper bottles, these were our biggest product stories of the year.
Design Week heads to Miami to take a look at some of the emerging themes from the annual fair, as well as design highlights from across the city.
As the year draws to a close, here is our pick of festive and not-so-festive design events that are not to be missed in December.
From reclaimed wood, to stone and copper some of this month’s projects use naturally occurring materials to blur the lines between indoor and outdoor.
A mixture of in-person and online events are slated for this month, covering topics like craft, innovation, furniture and sustainability.
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 competition is being run in connection with the London Festival of Architecture, and is looking for “creative and innovative” pop-up bike parking ideas.
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.
Kingston recent graduate Cameron Rowley has won the Designer of the Future Award, an accolade set up by the Conran Shop to celebrate the late Terence Conran.
This year’s special edition of the design festival, Supersalone, hopes to provide connection for designers after a year of being apart.
Everything from climate change to growing inequality is affecting the way homes need to be conceived and designers are rising to these new challenges.
The design has been developed to reduce water, waste, emissions and energy use, with the aim to make it a standard across the events industry.
The festival returns for its 19th edition in September, with a more extensive programme planned than last year’s event, which was held in the midst of the pandemic.
A new book on design icon Tom Eckersley and an installation of ping pong tables are among our highlights for the upcoming month.