But What Do the Words Actually mean?
Mats Horbach and Anne Ligtenberg work together and independently out of a large airy studio in Eindhoven, the Netherlands. The duo work mostly on social design commissions and on personal […]
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Jelle Mastenbroek made a bang in the design world last year and won of the “best technology” Milano Design Award, 2016. His “Data Orchestra” confronts our loss of any sort […]
A Weekend In Warsaw
The Warsaw Gallery Weekend confirms the reputation of the Polish capital's art scene for being edgy and less market-driven.
Recovering addicts experience the transformative power of personal narratives and creative mistakes with the help of designer Yinka Ilori.
Modernism’s In The Details
Compelling archive of unusual modernist architecture customisations reveals untold histories of the iconic movement.
Emeka Ogboh's beer inspired by experiences of African migrants in Europe has been nominated for Designs of the Year.
Los Angeles exhibition explores how home can invoke both fear and dread, and nostalgia or comfort.
A Scent of Now
Explore the most progressive contemporary perfumes and create your own at Somerset House.
Tokujin Yoshioka’s glass tea house that extends the sensual experience of tea prepares for global tour.
Sounding off in Copenhagen
The “hypocritical, ironic, and do not give a fuck” work of Nástio Mosquito headlines Copenhagen Art Week.
Art of conspiracy
Retro sci-fi, childhood conspiracy theories and an American diner act as Trojan horse for artist Monira Al Qadiri's sociopolitical critique.
Fountain of fun
Studio GGSV explain their interactive Pompidou installation that invites kids to remix and reimagine 40 years of art and design.
To See A World In A Grain Of Sand is a new project by Atelier NL and they want your sand samples.
Exhibition of objects at Somerset House in London plays a game of Would I Lie To You?