Francis Kéré creates the 17th summer pavilion for the Serpentine Gallery, inspired by the role of a tree in an African village.
Monthly Archive: June 2017
Putting the IT in fit, Inteltion follows the fashion of fitness with gymnast rings, punching bags, and ping-pong in the boardroom.
Forget Pantone colours. Hella Jongerius’ exhibition, which opens today at the Design Museum, explores how colour lives and moves.
VOIDplanning transforms a tenet of taekwondo into architecture for a Korean ceramics exhibition at the Triennale Design Museum.
Li Xiang unites fantasy and functionality to create an immersive space for physical and intellectual exploration.
Sara Martinsen shines a spotlight on both established and upcoming artists in the record label’s workspace.
Starting at 6 a.m., Sebastian Herkner’s insatiable appetite for creativity fuels each new day.
Comics come to life on the catwalk. AMO and 2×4 tell a story for Prada where even the guests are characters.
At Barcelona Design Week, Frame brought top designers and industry leaders together to discuss the interconnectivity of humans, objects, and spaces.
Ran Wolf, managing director of Jerusalem Design Week, explains the role design can and should play in dissolving social, cultural and political boundaries.
If you’ve designed or manufactured a great product in the last five years, find out how you could be featured in the newest edition of our Goods book.
How LEGO blocks can shed light on alternative ways of not only viewing, but also making art.
Jo Nagasaka of Schemata Architects reflects on how a lack of real-world training gives him a distinctive edge.
Shoes walk off the shelves and fly into a mystical white forest in the imaginative world of Tokujin Yoshioka.
Using 3D crystal-printing, solar-cell technology, and innovative surfaces, three emerging designers create an installation at Design Miami/ Basel 2017.
Bonsoir Paris creates a set of modular travelling retail cases for the Dior Homme Made to Order Exotique Collection.