Galerie Poirel and Cnap show how designers are divesting from mass production, ranging from Ikea-hacking to making with magnets.
Exhibition of objects at Somerset House in London plays a game of Would I Lie To You?
A seaside story
Paris's 5.5 designstudio have made beach accessories that echo the modernist architecture of La Grande Motte.
Bacteria: From gut to gallery
Designers are exploring the implications of our bodies being made up of more microbiome cells than human cells.
‘No space is a good place’
Depot Basel has closed its doors but, says co-founder Matylda Krzykowski, it’ll be back in a new form.
Experiments into contemporary stone utensils by the Campanas, the Bouroullecs and others propose thrilling new forms.
Making it Real
Something’s astir in Rotterdam
Passing The Test Of Time
The CCA is held up to the light
Oozing with Colour
Germans Ermičs taps into nature
Plywood: Material of the Modern World
at the Victoria & Albert Museum in London until 12 November 2017
Refuge Revise Repeat
Splendid commitment: Lucy + Jorge Orta
Saving The City
200Grs sends ripples through Beirut
Beirut’s Hybrid Chaos
Rana Salam extols street design
Sigve Knutson, touched by Beirut