GUANGZHOU – The spring edition of the China International Furniture Fair (CIFF), the world’s largest furniture exhibition, kicks off next month.
FRANKFURT – By stacking simple plastic sheets, Civic and Matters formed an ever-changing landscape at Frankfurter Buchmesse’s Dutch-Flemish pavilion.
Frame teams up with Istanbul-In-Between for 'What’s the matter? – Design for a phygital world. Part II' as part of the 3rd Istanbul Design Biennial's Parallel Events programme.
DUBAI – The Dubai Design District (d3) will for the second time host groundbreaking work from over 150 of the world’s leading studios, brands and institutions during Dubai Design Week (24–29 …
LONDON – The latest instalment of Mathieu Lehanneur’s Liquid Marble series assumed centre stage in the restored and redecorated Norfolk House Music Room at the V&A during this year’s …
BEIJING – Lava Design injects colour into Baitasi Remade’s visual language and signage. The same vibrancy is mirrored in the playful, user-friendly guidebook for BJDW 2016.
BEIJING – The annual Beijing Design Week hosts a vast spectrum of work that investigates technology while putting its morality under the microscope.
BASEL – Maurice Mentjens, whose interior-design accolades include those for a café at the Bonnefanten Museum in Maastricht, has been visiting Art Basel since the 1990s.
EINDHOVEN – The 15th edition of Eindhoven's Dutch Design Week (DDW), slated for the week of 22–30 October, features a sprawling 2500 national and international designers exhibiting in over 100 …
Dubai Design Week, a 6-day programme of lectures, discussions, workshops and exhibitions, takes over the city’s design district next month 24 - 29 October.
The Olympia London in West Kensington will for a second year host the UK’s largest and longest running design trade show, 100% Design, next week 21 - 24 September.
TOKYO – No fewer than 20,000 'twigs' in 100 shades of colour comprised Emmanuelle Moureaux’s installation at the Tokyo edition of the Wood Furniture Japan Award exhibition.
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