Some of design’s biggest names gathered in Serbia for the fifth annual Belgrade Design Week in June, and the festival’s outspoken founder told us why he feels creativity can save the Balkans.
Montreal's designers gathered at the Society for Arts and Technology (SAT) for a live design event as part of the city’s fourth annual Portes Ouvertes design festival.
Solid soup and edible plates that are worn like jewellery are two of the latest products created by experimental food designer Diane Bisson.
Tom Cordell’s documentary recaptures the optimism of London’s modernist social housing and the fervour of the ambitious architects who built it.
Branko Lukic’s chimeric designs range from rectangle motorcycles to triple-decker spoons. But this fantasy fun is a serious business.
Leather, rubber and vinyl fetishists invite you into their beautiful homes in this compilation of vintage smut
Crisis, hyperpower, migration, brands, rogue microstates, server farms … Maverick Dutch design and branding agency Metahaven riffs on how design serves the nation state in this extraordinary book.
Illicit photography makes a magnificent theme for an exhibition and Tate Modern brings us every bedsheet and bloodstain.
The robot And the architect are friends. That’s the philosophy of Swiss architects Fabio Gramazio and Matthias Kohler.
Radical architects think about space and conjure a swirling universe of ideas in this dreamlike, inspiring show.
The longest single shot in Godfrey Reggio’s astonishing 1982 film Koyaanisqatsi is of United Airlines Boeing 747s taxiing at an airport.
Ponte City tower, a familiar sight on the Johannesburg skyline, was the tallest residential building in the southern hemisphere when it was built in 1976.
Think your smart phone is cutting-edge? The real innovation is coming out of Africa’s mobile culture.