In our latest issue, we journey through the Golden State, looking at everything from the influence of Silicon Valley and the branding of Hyperloop to the design of burger joints and the burgeoning cannabis industry
In our latest issue, available from 4 September, we consider the design and architecture that makes a city come to life, from landscaping to outdoor furniture
Architect David Adjaye has designed his first furniture range for American manufacturer Knoll, says Giuseppe Trentino
The designer and founder of Fuseproject has curated his first exhibition, Technocraft, looking at the new age of DIY design, mass customisation and crowdsourcing.
“There’s a saying in our trade: the better the idea, the more unlikely it will see the light of day,” says Sam Hecht, partner of design studio Industrial Facility.
Yves Béhar’s Fuseproject had designed glasses for the Mexican charity See Better To Learn Better. It will help a whole generation of children to get better grades in school.
A 10-year survey of American design at the Cooper Hewitt, New York, highlights its commercial colours.
Mission One is Yves Béhar's latest project - an electric motorbike that tries to hide its green credentials in favour of "boy's toy" styling.
"Will you take a lie detector test?" Everybody loved the idea, before reeling off a list of elaborate excuses and sudden travel plans.
The Design Museum could be seen to be making a point in changing its award scheme from Designer of the Year to the Brit Insurance Designs of the Year
For our special 50th issue we asked 50 of the most influential architects, designers and thinkers to tell us what they believe in.
Yves Béhar likes the word "story". He uses it again and again when talking about his work. Where most industrial designers invest their attention in materials and form, Béhar tries to see his products in terms of a narrative.