The British designer froze metal to –346 degrees while living in a Liverpool factory to produce a collection of tactile, weighty furniture, on display in an exhibition in New York. Caia Hagel went to the show’s opening
From lightbulbs and chairs to flags and bedclothes, this show traces artists’ engagement with everyday objects that might have been disregarded, says Laura McLean-Ferris
From Bogota to Bristol, policymakers and community groups are devising creative ways to break the stranglehold that cars have over city roads, says Peter Murray
An exhibition by Rhode Island School of Design at New York’s International Contemporary Furniture Fair presents objects that encourage direct communication in a world full of electronic devices
Grimshaw and Arup have built a major new transit hub in New York's financial district that is intended to be "Lower Manhattan's front door"
Subversive design met feminist porn at the opening of the Italian maverick's retrospective at New York's Allouche Gallery
The Spanish designer will be speaking at Design Shanghai on Saturday. He told Icon about the thinking behind some of his work
Artist Renzo Martens is attempting to recreate the economic effects of the commercial art market in cities such as London and New York on a plantation in central Africa
A show at New York's Museum of Arts and Design reveals more about the diversity of contemporary Latin American design than its geographic specificity
The City Lost and Found, an exhibition in Chicago, presents the photography and films that emerged during a period of intense social and physical change in the United States
Few things make a New Yorker's blood boil more than a ticket on the windshield. Is it time for parking rules to be displayed in a calmer, clearer, perhaps even more charming manner?