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From his office in Osaka, industrial designer Toshiyuki Kita – surrounded by chairs, kitchen tools and robots that bear his signature – talks about ‘the appetite to accomplish better design’.
Consumer desire for convenience means that store facades will remain central to product discovery and purchasing post-pandemic.
The pandemic has underlined how access to personal outdoor space is central to creating truly livable urban homes.
The COVID-19 crisis brought industry to an unprecedented halt all over the world. In a collaborative talk, we explored what opportunity this may pose for combatting the climate crisis.
Layer’s Benjamin Hubert and Seymourpowell’s Richard Seale discuss how COVID-19 will impact the design of private and shared mobility.
The flush-and-forget scenario is causing serious environmental issues. Laufen’s innovative urine-diverting toilet takes care of the problem – and users won’t even notice the difference.
Reykjavík – Many of the Reykjavík festival’s exhibited projects – on show until 28 June – have a strong focus on sustainability.
Equipped with a diverse team that includes interior designers, business economists, artists and philosophers, Atelier 522 is well versed in engaging an audience on multiple levels – physical and …
Today is World Oceans Day. We take a look at how designers and brands are transforming plastic waste dredged from the sea into products and spatial statements.
The exhibition-going experience is markedly different than it was six months ago due to COVID-19, but these institutions are adapting so that design lovers can visit their spaces.
In light of the recent shocking events, we have taken a moment to pause and take stock of our own values and priorities.
Milan – Georg Lendorff created exhibition Unfluencer – De-Sinning the Designer for Freitag, showing that light can stand on its own and be deployed in an innovative manner.
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