• Best bits of designjunction 2017

    Designers, architects, and artists have descended upon London’s Kings cross to bring us the best designjunction to date.

  • An interview with Alan Dempsey founding director of Nex

    Alan Dempsey is the founding director of innovative architecture practice Nex.

  • World's first sand hostel opens on Australia's Gold Coast

    At some point in our lives, we have all built a sandcastle at the seaside. But, have you ever thought what it would be like to actually live in one?

  • Smeg launches London flagship store

    Last week, Smeg, one of Italy’s largest home appliances companies, opened the doors to its new flagship store located on Regent Street, St James’s Market.

  • New Banksy murals poke fun at Barbican Centre

    Street artist Banksy has been at it again. Two new artworks by the graffiti artist have appeared at the Barbican Centre, London, overnight.

  • London Design Fair: Crea-Re Studio debut exclusive Papier Mâché lamp collection

    Crea-Re Studio will be debuting its brand new product, designed especially for London Design Fair, later this month. Papier Mâché Lamps collection is called "Morphe," they are durable and made from 100 per cent recycled materials. That’s pretty impressive. We caught up with Crea-Re Studios, Marie Fiter, to find out more about it.

  • London Design Festival: T2 Tea asks artists to design iconic tea packaging

    Here at DesignCurial, we like art and we love a good cup of tea. So, when we found out that Aussie tea company, T2 Tea, is collaborating with a number of artists for London Design Festival, we got excited.

  • Dutch company Beerenberg create personalised coffins

    In England, we don’t know how to celebrate a funeral, we mean really celebrate one. Weddings, on the other hand, are different. We know how to celebrate a wedding. Brides spend months planning their dress, the flowers, the guests, the music, the food. With a wedding it’s all very personal, the bride and groom want an occasion that reflects them as a couple. When it comes to a funeral it is much more uniform. There are still flowers, there’s still food, there’s a coffin, but it all looks the same. When it comes to funerals it feels like our options are limited.

  • Pentatonic: The company transforming trash to treasure

    During London Design Festival 2017, the headline installation at the Design Frontiers exhibition will be new furniture company, Pentatonic.

  • Shortlist for Clandon Park restoration revealed

    In 2015, a devastating fire caused permanent damage to the 18th-century palladian house, Clandon Park in Surrey.