Camille Walala created this year's Landmark Project for LDF and it's a colorful, interactive, inflatable installation of fun.
The show is returning to the London Design Festival for its 23rd edition in Olympia London from September 20-23.
Common Sense is an exhibition that invited product designers to create products out of Portuguese stone.
An eye-popping interactive installation that's complete with graphic patterns, geometric shapes, and bold colors.
Three designers express their own interpretation of the meteorological phenomenon of an afterglow.
13 Brazilian designers get together to showcase the beauty of Brazilian leather.
The Egg Collective came together with their top female peers to host a benefit show all around girl power and showcasing female artists.
We checked out Clerkenwell, a tiny area of London that gets its own festival due to the sheer number of creatives based there.
We took our time as we worked our way from front to back of the WantedDesign exhibition – here are some of our favorites!
Sight Unseen OFFSITE 2017 proved to be the perfectly curated display of some of the best work of independent modern makers.
During this year's NYCxDESIGN, the NYC design co-op, Colony, presented an exhibition of work, entitled Lightness: the full spectrum.
To kick our coverage of NYCxDESIGN off, here's the first part of our favorites from the International Contemporary Furniture Fair.
Design that's focused on one thing — improving your quality of life.
To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Componibili, Kartell invited renowned designers to pay tribute to the iconic design.
John Hogan produces a new series of exclusively commissioned glass furniture and sculptures for The Future Perfect.
Färg & Blanche share their latest collection in a solo exhibition at Salone del Mobile.