DesignCurial attended “The Story of Danish Modern Design Starts Here”: an exhibition and conversation on the living history of the Danish Modern furniture movement, taking place at Carl Hansen & Son’s London showroom.
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In honour of ‘World Toilet Day’ on 19th November, at DesignCurial we have updated our annual countdown, recognising the best toilet designs from across the globe. Here are our Top 10 best designs in public toilet architecture for 2017:
Robin Chadha brings us up to date with the latest projects for citizenM’s design-led, value-conscious accommodation
Finnish photographer, Konsta Punkka, and German artist, Léonié Gené, have been brought together to create a nature-inspired art campaign that promotes the Canary Islands.
The Conversation Plinth, by architecture and design firm IKD, was unveiled at the 2017 Exhibit Columbus exhibition to spark conversation about historic Columbus and hardwood CLT.
Three hospitality design specialists give us the inside track on latest the thinking and trends in the hotel sector
International architecture and design firm, Snøhetta, have completed their first permanently built project in England for beauty brand, Aesop.
Laminate and wood-based panel manufacturer, EGGER, is showcasing its biggest-ever range of products for the hospitality sector at this year’s Sleep hotel design event.
Veronica Simpson reports on the White Collar Factory by AHMM for Derwent, once labelled by letting agents as ‘too weird’
The Gensler Research Institute have announced the results of its first ever Experience Index, confirming that design has a quantifiable impact on experience.
Acclaimed designer Roche Bobois collaborates with internationally renowned architect Philippe Maidenberg to create a ‘Dreamer’s Lounge’ for the first Holiday House London.
With proposals for timber skyscrapers becoming more prevalent around the world, Perkins + Will join forces with Thornton Tomasetti and the University of Cambridge to develop plans for The River Beech Tower, Chicago.
In the quiet of the Suffolk countryside a family home has been carved from the footprint of a farmstead and a Second World War hangar site. It has also inspired London-based Studio RHE to develop a new way to address the national housing short…
Cutting-edge lighting design consultancy Nulty recently completed their work on the regeneration of Leake Street Arches, including lighting 300m of Leake Street, one of London’s most popular urban street art locations.
Los Angeles-based architects and designers create one-of-a-kind outdoor shelters for the city’s stray cats in the Architects for Animals “Giving Shelter” exhibit – all as part of a fundraiser for FixNation
The world’s largest conference and expo dedicated to sustainable building design and construction, the Greenbuild International Conference and Expo, begins today and runs until 10th November.
Veronica Simpson looks at cultural institutions that are realising that their archives give them a unique edge, and which they are capitalising on with new buildings and spaces
All this week, the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change takes place in Bonn Germany. With this in mind, we looked into the Climate Action Challenge and found our favourite five designs that we see making a lasting impact on the climate-co…
In Southampton’s city centre, ACME has transformed a car park into WestQuay Watermark, a ship-like multiplex structure housing restaurants and surrounded by new public space
Nestled into the surrounding greenery and perched high on a hill overlooking Layan Bay, Phuket, sits the last masterwork by the late Indonesian design guru, Jaya Ibrahim.
At a lavish ceremony on the 27th October, the highly anticipated winners of the Society of British International Design’s (SBID) International Design Awards were announced.
The House of Illustration has commissioned artist Lucinda Rogers for a new exhibition which documents the changing landscapes of London.
Kebony is a beautiful, hardwearing and durable wood which has been installed for exterior luxury decking and cladding around the world. Though used for both external and internal applications, the most interesting use of Kebony must be in part…
With eight locations throughout London, Gymbox’s innovative interiors are unlike any other gym in the capital. Behind the newest venture, Gymbox Victoria’s expansion, are architectural designers A Modern Practice, better known as A.M.P.
Last week, EcoWorld Ballymore launched their twelve luxury penthouses at Wardian London, which are now officially for sale.
To coincide with National Spa Week – which aims to raise public awareness about the genuine physical, mental and emotional benefits of spas and relaxation – we’ve been looking through countless spas around the world to find our definitive list…
Forty three years after falling into disrepair, the Thames Lido has been restored to its former glory.
The winner of the Architecture Drawing Prize has been announced, following 166 entries and 38 shortlisted entries from architects, designers and students from around the world.
Leading British environmentalist and radical thinker Jonathon Porritt, one of this year’s FX Talks speakers, believes design can take the green agenda forward.
MVRDV’s vision for Oosterwold, a new housing site in the Netherlands, was a simple one: those buying plots could build and live on it largely as they chose. But when game developer Play the City was brought in to replicate the evolution of the…