Design Frontiers is an exhibition that promises to "illuminate the thinking and working practices of celebrated designers..."
We head to Decorex for the first time, a show that focuses on craft and making.
Strange Days is an installation curated by New York-based designer Bec Brittain featuring Material Lust and Alex P. White.
The London Design Festival saw the launch of MINI LIVING's Urban Cabin concept – the British car brand's first foray into architecture.
We check out the British Ceramics Biennial, a festival in Stoke-on-Trent that celebrates contemporary ceramics from across the world.
The Shoreditch Design Triangle was buzzing with creativity and inspiration this year.
We visit the Brompton Design District and the Victoria & Albert Museum to check out what 2017 had to offer.
2017 saw designjunction return to King’s Cross with five locations featuring over 200 brands.
Camille Walala created this year's Landmark Project for LDF and it's a colorful, interactive, inflatable installation of fun.
A not-to-miss art installation in a shipping container in Brooklyn.
These metal cylinder seats with gradient tops are installed inside an art park in Seoul.
An eye-popping interactive installation that's complete with graphic patterns, geometric shapes, and bold colors.
Visitors walk through an architectural warehouse to discover iconic designs by FLOS.
'Traditional as radical' was the title of Sebastian Cox's Master's thesis, and he's revived it for his British furniture design business.
One of artist Henrique Oliveira's massive organic sculptures has FINALLY sprouted in New York City.
In our series profiling designers based in the UK and Europe, we talk to London-based designers and curators Native & Co.