• Capturing the Sounds of Earth – as pictures

    Instead of showing ‘the sights’ from around the world, a new campaign has been launched featuring sounds from some of Earth’s most magnificent destinations.

  • Winning concepts of the Climate Action Challenge

    What Design Can Do announce the winners of their international Climate Action Challenge

  • The Art and Science of Ernst Haeckel

    Shedding light on the microscopic organisms that inhabit the Earth, German biologist Ernst Haeckel’s extremely detailed drawings blur the lines between art and science.

  • Grown Furniture: Sebastian Cox and Ninela Ivanova explore biofacture

    Collaborators Sebastian Cox and Ninela Ivanova have created a collection of ‘grown furniture’ entitled Mycelium + Timber.

  • Parallel Studio presents Solitary

    Young design practice based in Kuwait, Parallel Studio, have created the new art exhibition ‘Solitary’ to explore autism.

  • A trekking cabin design with Star quality

    Architectural Prescription have designed a trekking cabin on the Baltic coast that settles perfectly within its environment.

  • Talks announced for ARCHITECT@WORK 2018

    With the theme of light encompassing ARCHITECT@WORK 2018, an impressive list of industry experts has been called forth for an interesting, thoughtful range of talks.

  • Hope for a brighter future: the Living Light

    With the need for finding alternate systems of building and living becoming more urgent, Dutch designer Ermi van Oers might have found an answer – a lamp that uses a living plant to generate its own electricity.

  • Time to knock on wood – the Wood Awards 2017 winners are revealed

    Held on the 21st November at the Carpenter’s Hall in London, the Wood Awards 2017 has once again surpassed its aim in recognising, encouraging and promoting outstanding design, craftsmanship and installation – with a razor sharp focus on the use of wood.

  • The Golden Age of Danish Design at Carl Hansen & Son

    DesignCurial attended “The Story of Danish Modern Design Starts Here”: an exhibition and conversation on the living history of the Danish Modern furniture movement, taking place at Carl Hansen & Son's London showroom.