Brodie Neill is making waves – that is ocean waves – with a new exhibition in London. He’s creating products from ocean plastics, reclaimed timbers and circular metals, to raise awareness of re-use through great design.
Memorable might as well be their middle name: Child Studio uses every hospitality and retail project as an opportunity to take you on a journey of cinematic proportions.
Emerging British furniture designer Mac Collins explores his own Caribbean heritage and its place in contemporary British society through finely crafted timber.
Mushrooms: The Art, Design and Future of Fungi at Somerset House offers an insight into how mushrooms could revolutionise the design and architecture industry.
This South American-inspired bar and diner in London is all kinds of delicious with a distinctly retro vibe, designed by Sella Concept.
Can train station design be more than a boring tube to funnel commuters to and from work? These 5 stations show a more beautiful side of urban design.
We catch up with David Fox en route between Milan and Clerkenwell Design Weeks to chat about his world-famous ‘Kruze’ Collection.
Assumed long-distance relationships were a recipe for heartache and angst? Clearly you haven’t met Australian graphic designers Craig & Karl; collaborating across the world with brands like Apple and Chanel – and all remotely!