Key trends from a recent local London design event concentrated on craft and furniture design. Most trends were evolution from previous years, nothing radical or new. The Scandi look was most popular as the event moves even more from residential to office design. Continue reading
Forensic Architecture is an independent research agency based at Goldsmiths, University of London. It was recently nominated for the short list to win the most prestigious Turner art prize in UK. There work involves investigating human rights violations using architectural, journalistic, legal and political fields. Continue reading
Hope to Nope is an exhibition In Design Museum about how graphic design and technology have played a pivotal role in dictating and reacting to the major political moments in recent years globally. The exhibition starts with most iconic graphic design in 2008 which was Barack Obama’s Hope campaign poster by Shepard Fairey. In 2018 it has evolved into Nope meme with Donald Trump’s image. Continue reading
Here is a collection of material and furniture trends from this year’s Design week in London. Exhibitions and events were more spread out in the city than ever before.
The name of the exhibition Breathing Colour at the Design Museum in London comes from light’s ability to make colours come to life. It has been put together by a famous Dutch textile designer Hella Jongerius. Going through the exhibition is a visual learning experience about the use of colour in industrial design.
Making prototypes as a part of the creative process has become a lot more accessible during recent years. Allowing to see as early in the design process as possible a 3D outcome is a great advantage. It enables more iterations and improvements to the finished product.