Designed by Bjarke Ingels Group and Kilo Design for Virgin Hyperloop, the pod hosted the world-first passenger ride on the innovative transport mode
Developed for an Indonesian context, the Hari Pontoon could be used for more sustainable water-based public transport elsewhere
In Brent, London's Borough of Culture 2020, young people kick off a campaign calling for more inclusive public spaces
Social enterprise ProxyAddress, created by architect Chris Hildrey, has launched a pilot in the south London borough
A new tactile device is part of the Royal National Institute of Blind People's campaign to promote accessible design
The Tip Ton RE has been developed by Vitra using recycled plastic material
A historic building in Belgravia has been transformed by Farrells to host a new design, food and retail destination celebrating Japanese and Nordic cultures
The premium cinema seat features antibacterial fabric and built-in UV lights
A new book from Victoria Gaiger and Tom Loxley explores the design evolution of Japanese flower arranging
The designer and eyewear brand unveiled the Lens Light collection during this year’s London Design Festival
Located on the steps of Waltham Forest College, the colourful intervention is part of the new local William Morris Design Line
Debuted with a special film as part of London Design Festival, Broom's new chair is influenced by classical music and mid-century design
The design studio’s 'bouquet' concept offers variety and flexibility to street lighting in the city
The fashion designer has redesigned the classic G-Class SUV with Mercedes-Benz chief design officer Gorden Wagener
The retailer’s collaboration with the Swedish visual artist marks the first in a series of collections produced with Nordic-region creators
A new concept from the international design company facilitates touch-free plane journeys post-Covid
This newly developed add-on accessory uses ultrasonic technology to jam the tech giant from recording conversations.
A new collection of innovative products demonstrates that French design isn’t only concerned with heritage and classicism.
Designer brothers Tom and Will Butterfield turned wasted hours during lockdown into a design project, enlisting industry greats to reinvent seating for older people.
ICON speaks to British sculptor Jason deCaires Taylor, who has sunk a 165 tonne greenhouse in the heart of the Great Barrier Reef to offer experiential learning about reef restoration.