Detroit, 10 years on. The crash left Motor City bankrupt. Now a Unesco City of Design, can local creatives drive its rebirth? 
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Homes that ebb and flow with changing lifestyles are hitting the headlines
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As the young studio prepares for its biggest commission so far at Biennale Interieur, we ask what they will make of a bigger stage
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Friday, 07 December 2018 09:50

Olafur Eliasson's Ice Watch comes to London

London becomes the third city to be visted by Eliasson's melting marvels
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The Shanghai-based furniture maker explains why the city has always lured creative people
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Technology could take us delicious or downright disgusting places.

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Neil Armstrong’s ‘giant leap’ came from the step of an awkward alien spacecraft that was at home on neither Earth nor moon
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Gaze with wonder on the 'architectural abominations' carved by some of New York's major firms
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Tuesday, 24 July 2018 14:21

The women driving Dubai Design Week

Dubai Design Week is the biggest the most commercial of the Middle Eastern design fairs, and the two women running the main events mean business

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Ivy Ross is in charge of Google's hardware design, and as such it's probably just a matter of time before you own one of her soft, discreet creations. Just don't think about the data harvesting...

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The humble trainer is now the default footwear for all ages, nationalities and genders, accepted well beyond the sports field to the workplace, catwalk, and (most) nightclubs. So how has it stayed so fresh?

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How London-based studio Made Thought incorporated sustainability and circularity into the core of their work, without sacrificing content or style. 

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The takeover was swift and efficient; today it's the fashion houses pushing the envelope during Milan Design Week.

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The N01 chair is the result of Japanese and Danish design coming together in a Nendo and Republic of Fritz Hansen partnership, launched in Milan.

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Bathroom giants VitrA and designer Terri Pecora are on a mission to reinvent the bathroom as shared, sociable environments families enjoy spending time in 

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With Salone del Mobile 2018 just around the corner, ICON picks out some of the top-trends Fiera-goers can expect to encounter at the design capital

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Twenty-five years ago, a group of young, unknown Dutch designers took Milan by storm with a stance that was ‘anti-luxury, anti-formal and anti-product’. Their influence is still shaping European design practice two decades later

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Wednesday, 11 April 2018 10:12

Davison Highley; a UK manufacturer

Davison Highley has a globally respected reputation for producing upholstered furniture of the highest calibre for a truly diverse spectrum of customers

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Kvadrat is launching Solid Textile Board – a hard, flexible and, crucially, reusable material made purely from end-of-life fabrics and offcuts. Could this circular process spell the end of textile waste?

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Friday, 06 April 2018 11:54

Azzedine Alaïa: The Couturier

Design Museum, London

10 May 2018 - 7 October 2018

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