A podcast series on designing for impact and a networking event for designers are among this month’s highlights.
New collections from interior designers and consultancies, as well as store design concepts for retailers including restaurants and fashion brands.
From an orbital-inspired bar to a restaurant-club hybrid space, these hospitality projects have caught our attention lately.
From a “Japandi” café to a video game-themed office, these are the interiors projects that have caught our attention.
Citizens across Britain will be able to engage first-hand with new plans for small and medium stations via virtual reality pop-ups in May.
At the heart of the architecture and interior design practice’s new identity is a monogram and a characterful typeface.
The branding for the new East London bar draws on the world of science, lo-fi visuals, and rave posters.
We consult designers working to produce digital furniture, lighting and spaces to find out where the opportunities are.
With a date set for the closure of its current site, we explore what visitors can expect from the new museum, and which designers have been appointed to work on
Designed by Tangerine, the train ferries media personnel and sportspeople to and from the centre of the Games.
From indigenous crafts to subtle traditional aesthetics, these recent interiors show the transportive nature of incorporating different cultures into spaces.
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.
With a thoughtful blend of interiors and interactive design, brands are attempting to tell new stories in retail environments.
As part of our series of design in 2022, Run for the Hills co-founder Anna Burles offers her view on what might happen in hospitality interiors over the next year.
The luxury trainline is making a comeback with La Dolce Vita, a train inspired by the “artistic fervour” of Italy in the 1960s and 1970s.
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.
The designer talks to us about a living conference hall she has designed for COP26 and how designers can help empower people to make meaningful environmental decisions.
A mix of in-person and online events are planned for November, keeping you inspired and up-to-speed with everything from sustainability to commercial interiors.
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.
The studio has developed both the interior and experience design for the space, including a “sweeping indoor field of barley” for guests to walk through.
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?