The Amsterdam-based design duo’s exhibition at the Serpentine serves as a rebuke to global industry and a call for a systematic approach to the environment, finds Joe Lloyd.
Waugh Thistleton's Kirsten Haggart makes the case for using timber construction to tackle climate change urgently
London Craft Week is back to share the work of makers from across the spectrum of craft and creativity
Design studio OeO thinks beyond the floorboard with a series of novel applications for the Danish manufacturer's surplus timber
To celebrate its 125th anniversary, the North Carolinian furniture maker commissioned three contemporary spins on design classics
The designer finds inspiration in the landscapes of western Norway to create natural furniture pieces of warmth and charm
Lex Pott's limited-edition wooden products are created from a single Douglas fir, with each sandblasted to leave a decorative grille effect
The Slovakian brand Hravo is reviving the country’s long history of toy-making and bringing the joys of hand-crafted games to a new generation. But will 21st-century children embrace analogue play, asks Debika Ray?
The Venetian designer sought to reinvent today's frenetic coffee-drinking habits with a touch of ritual and contemplation
A range of simple wooden furniture, designed to be built and used by survivors of the Japanese tsunami, is finding a wider commercial appeal
The Danish company has collaborated with All the Way to Paris, Sami Kallio and Studio Vit on a set of elemental rugs, lighting and furniture