This year the designers in residence at the Design Museum were tasked with tackling climate change through their research-based projects.
Exploring exhibitions and their design, from specialist shows at the Design Museum through to blockbusters at the V&A and Science Museum.
It is set to run at The London Festival of Architecture and aims to offer an impartial representation of hostile architecture.
Minigolf, Mogwai, and magazines dedicated to letters are some of the past month’s design stand-outs.
This year many graduate shows are returning as hybrid events, offering digital and in-person showcases – here is our guide to what’s on offer.
Among our highlights for the month are Birmingham Design Festival and Salone del Mobile, and a talk about magazine design.
Design experts met at Clerkenwell Design Week to look at the nuances of diversity and inclusion, how to embrace them and why they make business sense.
The future-facing exhibition, curated by FranklinTill, has been designed by Universal Design Studio with modularity and mobility in mind.
Both London Craft Week and Clerkenwell Design Week kick off this month, while a design podcast returns with a space focus.
Breaking the News explores news production and consumption over five centuries, with a design that emphasises the industry’s complications.
“Remapping collaborations” theme will see participants encouraged to work together in new ways.
Football: Designing the Beautiful Game traces the rise of football to global phenomenon, and the design story behind it.
A new exhibition on the design of all things football and a Black designer’s view of industry are among our top picks this month.
The 60th edition of the Salone del Mobile design festival will go back to an in-person format and put environmental awareness at its centre.
The Foundling Museum’s new exhibition explores “care experience” within the superhero canon, and the evolving nature of comic books and graphic novels.
There’s plenty on offer for design lovers this month – from in-person craft events to the reopening of a gallery crucial to British art history.
With a date set for the closure of its current site, we explore what visitors can expect from the new museum, and which designers have been appointed to work on
We look back on some impactful graphics work, a self-heating lunchbox and more.
Ahead of the release of her new book, Barbara Bloemink discusses why the 20th century artist and designer deserves to be reappraised for her talent.
For many clients, working sustainably can be a red flag signalling an outlay of time and money – here is how designers can challenge these beliefs.
As part of our series on design in 2022, Nissen Richards director Pippa Nissen offers her view on what might happen in exhibition design over the next year.
After a turbulent 2020, exhibitions made a mark on 2021 with shows offering both light-hearted respite from the everyday, and sobering reality checks.
Two immersive installations at Amy: Beyond the Stage from set designer Chiara Stephenson seek to show a different side of the troubled singer.
As the year draws to a close, here is our pick of festive and not-so-festive design events that are not to be missed in December.
At this year’s global graduate show, 150 shortlisted projects aim to solve social problems from overworked vaccine providers to short-lived baby shoes.