Our always-on, constantly connected culture threatens to overwhelm and overstimulate our senses - but good design can help

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Meet the group aiming to make the design industry more representative of society

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The annual design event combines the cultural awareness of an art biennale with the exuberance of a festival

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Meet the performance artists using their bodies and tattoo guns to create art that challenges ideas of race, gender and identity

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Amber Butchart unpicks the detail of Marjan Pejoski's dress that Björk made infamous on the Oscars red carpet

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Gropius, Mies and Breuer headed to the US – but some Bauhaus alumnae went to the USSR. Only now is their work coming to light

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One hundred years after the design movement began, the new Bauhaus Museum in Weimar is just one of multiple tributes reassessing the school's historic legacy
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The Architects' Mental Wellbeing Forum launches a practical new kit for the architecture industry

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Ercol: Where the past is very present

New ranges from Ercol draw on its illustrious history
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Our pick of the festival showcases some of the designers with innovative ideas – many with a focus on sustainability, longevity and social responsibility.

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Clerkenwell's alleys and passageways were once home to an infamous London institution

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Jasper Morrison's cork stools are minimal, modern classics. His first exhibition in North America takes things further
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The new exhibition at the Victoria and Albert Museum asks plenty of questions about waste and sustainability

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London Craft Week is back to share the work of makers from across the spectrum of craft and creativity

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Spikes were once reactionary, but it is increasingly apparent that developers are defining earlier who they want to include and who they do not

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The new bottle is a re-release of its first bottle, used 100 years ago

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Paola Antonelli forces us to reckon with the human impact on the environment before it's too late
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From the hundreds of installations around Milan during Design Week, we pick the best

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One of Milan Design Week's most popular installations transformed a traditionally utilitarian material using fantastical forms and a striking, art nouveau school

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Milan Design Week marks the start of another busy season for the French-Swedish design duo known for characterful, quirky, process-driven products

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