The 30 shortlisted designs for this year’s Loewe Craft Prize will go on display at the museum this May, and the overall winner will be awarded €50,000.
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From a fully functional American diner through to Google’s unnerving house showing how technology has taken over our lives, we round up our favourites from this year’s Italian design festival.
Returning to East London’s Old Truman Brewery, this year’s D&AD Festival boasts a line-up of speakers that includes graphic designer Craig Oldham and Pentagram’s Naresh Ramchandani. Here, we pick out
The annual Lexus Design Award, part of Milan Design Week, sees four finalists create concepts that aim to tackle world issues such as pollution, waste and recycling. We look at
Mangobot has been created by tech start-up Little Tinkerer, and can be used to demonstrate basic coding principles to younger children as well as more difficult concepts as they get
From an exhibition of Vitra products and prototypes on display in an old sports hall, to the latest urban living-inspired installation from Mini Living, we round up the best bits
As Phaidon releases a new book featuring over 300 Soviet products and other designs dating from the 1950s, we speak to Moscow Design Museum founder and director Alexandra Sankova about
Kids can use “Wollos” to understand the value of money in the Pigzbe world, which has been designed by a team including Jon Marshall and branded by Studio.Build.
The museum’s Capital Design event this month will see its Acton, West London depot open to the public for a series of transport design-inspired talks, tours and displays.
Research from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) shows that women in graphic design get paid 6% less than men, while female product and clothing designers get paid 18% less.
Technology Will Save Us, the studio behind many kids’ games that educate through play, has brought out a new interactive kit with Marvel Comics that aims to inspire children to
On International Women’s Day, we take a look at the work of 10 up-and-coming designers across graphics and illustration, exhibitions, products, digital design and more.
Tom Dixon, founder at his self-named furniture design studio, has made a brand for himself selling everything from lighting to chairs and stationery. Speaking with Design Week at Design Indaba,
There’s still time to look back at your best work from the last year and enter the Design Week Awards, as we’re now giving you until 4th April. Here’s how
This month, you can visit design festival Offset in Dublin, and explore the work of the late German typographer Berthold Wolpe at a new exhibition in Suffolk.
Find out from one of last year’s winners Method what winning a Design Week Award can do for your business.
The upcoming feature film from American director Gary Hustwit will delve into the life and work of the German designer, who is responsible for creating hundreds of products for Braun,
Discussed at this year’s Design Indaba, product designer Renata Souza has created a prototype colourful insulin pen and illustrated tattoo kit, which aims to teach children with type one diabetes
Discussed at this year’s Design Indaba conference, Brck is a Kenya-based start-up that gives school kids in rural areas access to the internet and new learning materials. We speak to
The awards look at how design can contribute to a business’ success, and this year’s winning projects include those for Carlsberg, Raspberry Pi and Budweiser.
Discussed at this year’s Design Indaba, Netherlands-based design graduate Tomo Kihara has created a product that aims to spark conversation between homeless people and passers-by.
Rethinking Urban Mobility has been conducted by companies including Arup and the London Transport Museum, and looks at the impact of developments in transport such as self-driving cars on cities
Last week, we wrote about a series of long-lost Suffragette posters used to fight for women’s right to vote and work in the early 20th century. Now, we ask designers