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V&A launches 10-year project exploring sustainable materials

Make Good: Rethinking Material Futures includes annual displays – with its first featuring work by Mac Collins, Marjan van Aubel and Fernando Laposse Bodge Bench,

Design

Cars: Accelerating the Modern World is a serious crowd pleaser

General Motors Firebird I (XP 21). Photo by General Motors Company LLC, courtesy of the V&A The car is arguably one of the most transformative

Opinion

Kengo Kuma’s new take on bamboo

Bamboo ring at Victoria & Albert Museum. Photo by Ed Reeve Kengo Kuma explains how his LDF creation experimented with materials — and not just

Design

Designer Marlène Huissoud creates a project with a legacy for the planet

Designer Marlène Huissoud’s work for London Design Festival’s Legacy project is concerned with longevity – not just of her creation, but of an entire species.

Design

London Design Festival 2019: The 10 installations not to miss

Walala Lounge, South Molton Street, by Camille Walala Read on for Icon’s top ten installations to see at this year’s London Design Festival London Design

Design

Icon 185: A new frontier for design

Inside Icon 185: Are videogames the final frontier of design? Plus: 200 years of Thonet, Assemble’s new Goldsmiths CCA gallery, the gentrification of Goldfinger’s famous fortress

Opinion

Kengo Kuma’s new V&A Dundee is about to open its doors

The V&A Dundee has been nominated by ArtFund for its Museum of the Year 2019 award, making up a shortlist of five institutions across the

Architecture

London Design Festival 2018: top picks and highlights from the V&A

Serving once more as the London Design Festival’s central hub, the V&A is hosting several monumental installations, numerous workshops and dozens of other events. Here

Design

Forensic Architecture nominated for Turner Prize 2018

Forensic Architecture, a London ‘architectural detective’ studio has been nominated for the 2018 Turner Prize   Forensic Architecture, based at Goldsmith University, represents an entirely

Architecture

Forensic Architecture: The Threshold of Visibility

The Architecture of Hellfire Romeo: Drone strike in Miranshah, Pakistan 2012 London-based studio Forensic Architecture represents an entirely new field of practice. Using open-source data

Architecture

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Masquespacio reimagines Miami Art Deco style in a futuristic Barcelona ice cream shop

Editor’s Picks: The best new season design and lifestyle launches

Blēo launches vibrant new colour palette created in collaboration with the Josef & Anni Albers Foundation

Architecture Icon: How the Noguchi Musuem advances the appreciation of its founder’s art and legacy

Jaipur Rugs brings the magic of its home city to London with the opening of its first UK showroom

How Paris is taking a new approach to its architectural legacy at the Olympic Games

Rio Kobayashi tells ICON how his Japanese and Austrian-Italian heritage influences his work

Triennale Milano’s 24th International Exhibition will explore the theme of inequalities

Giles Tettey Nartey talks craft and ritual in ICON’s Spring/Summer 2024 issue




Architects

Masquespacio reimagines Miami Art Deco style in a futuristic Barcelona ice cream shop

Architecture Icon: How the Noguchi Musuem advances the appreciation of its founder’s art and legacy

How Paris is taking a new approach to its architectural legacy at the Olympic Games

Triennale Milano’s 24th International Exhibition will explore the theme of inequalities

Giles Tettey Nartey talks craft and ritual in ICON’s Spring/Summer 2024 issue

Architecture icon: Mies van der Rohe’s domestic masterpiece in Brno has survived everything the 20th century could throw at it

LA practice Kadre Architects is using design as a street-level tool for social change

Wildland creates design-driven stays and experiences worth travelling for

A new book by Stefano Casciani offers an insight into Piero Lissoni’s work


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Editor’s Picks: The best new season design and lifestyle launches

Blēo launches vibrant new colour palette created in collaboration with the Josef & Anni Albers Foundation

Jaipur Rugs brings the magic of its home city to London with the opening of its first UK showroom

Rio Kobayashi tells ICON how his Japanese and Austrian-Italian heritage influences his work

Daylesford Organic launches its largest capsule homewares collection in partnership with Hugo Guinness

Jamie xx and Tekla celebrate the artist’s new album In Wave with striking capsule collection

Earl of East’s new Café collection playfully embraces circularity

Ukrainian creative studio Gushka creates woollen items that bring a new life to ancestral crafts

Meet Marina Cighir: The creative force behind Italian design studio Aina Kari


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Masquespacio reimagines Miami Art Deco style in a futuristic Barcelona ice cream shop

Editor’s Picks: The best new season design and lifestyle launches

Blēo launches vibrant new colour palette created in collaboration with the Josef & Anni Albers Foundation

Architecture Icon: How the Noguchi Musuem advances the appreciation of its founder’s art and legacy

Jaipur Rugs brings the magic of its home city to London with the opening of its first UK showroom

How Paris is taking a new approach to its architectural legacy at the Olympic Games

Rio Kobayashi tells ICON how his Japanese and Austrian-Italian heritage influences his work

Triennale Milano’s 24th International Exhibition will explore the theme of inequalities

Giles Tettey Nartey talks craft and ritual in ICON’s Spring/Summer 2024 issue