We head to Decorex for the first time, a show that focuses on craft and making.
We visit the Brompton Design District and the Victoria & Albert Museum to check out what 2017 had to offer.
Kvadrat presented an exhibition that brought together works by 19 up-and-coming and established designers from around the world.
Daniel Canogar's latest high-tech artworks are mesmerizing digital paintings and seductive sculptural forms.
Creative childhoods turned Fredrik Färg and Emma Marga Blanche into the designers behind Färg & Blanche – a dynamic design force.
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.
Hiding in the Lower East Side are 4 magical artworks in two different group shows that are even more surprising with closer inspection.
Captured in an elevation of gradients, these mountain-inspired works are made of sand.
One of artist Henrique Oliveira's massive organic sculptures has FINALLY sprouted in New York City.
A jaw-dropping sculpture that blends art with science and technology, while taking inspiration from Gaudi and architecture.
Fernando Mastrangelo created two bodies of work that were shown only at Collective Design – Ghost and Thaw.
We checked out Clerkenwell, a tiny area of London that gets its own festival due to the sheer number of creatives based there.
A collection of sculptural objects that encourage passersby to have an auditory experience.
The idea of six degrees of separation is interpreted through design.