Does the future of transport lie in autonomous vehicles? We find out how transportation will change the world with professor Dale Harrow from the RCA
Over half the world's population lives in cities, and the number is rising. How will the cities of the future look? Jamie Fobert joins ICON's editor to discuss climate change, high-density living and avoiding ego-driven design
The second episode of the Icon Minds podcast is here. This time, we discuss how technology is shaping the future of the home
Smart objects have wormed their way into our homes and won us over with the promise of convenience. But as the debate around data and privacy heats up, what does the future of the home look like?
Are we facing the death of the office, the end of the nine-to-five and an imminent robot takeover? Icon’s expert panel consider the future of the daily grind in our new podcast
The first episode of our video series, ICON Minds, sees Rohan Silva and James McLachlan reflect on the changing nature of modern work.
Fierce competition has made exhibition stand design is a vital part of making Milan design week a success. ICON picks out some of the most striking stands from Salone del Mobile 2018.
The British-born, Milan-based designer – who worked with Muji, Thonet, Arper, Magis and Olivetti – is the subject of a new monograph, published by Phaidon. The book is full of unpublished sketches, some of which are featured here
As the Italian-Brazilian architect's reputation grows ever brighter, Arper has delved into the archives to create a limited-edition of her unrealised 1951 Bowl Chair
To celebrate ten years of Icon in print, we gave away six collectable chairs during Clerkenwell Design Week. We asked you to doodle around a silhouette of one of the classic chairs, putting it into the context of your choice. Here are the winners …
To celebrate our first decade in print, we're offering you the chance to win one of six classic chairs during Clerkenwell Design Week. All you have to do is doodle around a silhouette of the chair you want, putting it into an imaginary context, and drop it into one of the special Icon boxes at CDW. To find out more: