Now in it's third year, BJDW explores design, the build environment and the future of urban planning.
One of our favorite stops during Europe's design festival season is Vienna, a beautiful city with a seemingly endless amount of abandoned shops, spaces and nooks (even pharmacies) to exhibit in.
Now in its 11th year, London's annual design festival has expanded from its focus on furniture and design objects to include fashion, graphic and (most notably) digital projects. Checkout the highlights from over 300 events and exhibitions across the city.
The summer edition of the Outdoor Retailer show took place in Salt Lake City for five days with over 1,300 exhibitors showcasing the latest products, technology and materials for everything outdoors.
Celebrating their 28th edition, New Designers took over a vast London venue to showcase emerging design talent from top creative schools with around 3000 graduating designers exhibiting their wares and ideas in disciplines ranging from industrial design and furniture design to textiles, ceramics, jewelry and applied arts.
The Campana Brothers' exhibition at New York City's Friedman Benda gallery marks not only the duo's first solo show in the U.S. but also the 30th anniversary of the studio.
Returning to the Tunnel at the Terminal Stores building for their third year, WantedDesign showcased an inspiring mix of young international designers with a rich program of conversations, special presentations and workshops.
Noho Design District produced by Sight Unseen brings together design brands, young designers, local businesses and retailers as part of a four-day design festival that includes pop-up shops, exhibitions, parties, and performances.
Highlights from exhibitions around the city as part of the inaugural NYCxDESIGN 12-day program.
Feeling a little smaller this year, the 25th annual International Contemporary Furniture Fair was injected with new energy from some younger established design studios exhibiting for the first time.
We took the water taxi to Randall's Island for the second edition of Frieze New York which has successfully broken the typical art fair format with it's generous open spaces, amazing natural light, and excellent choice of food vendors.
Checkout the latest trends in products for the home, kitchen, bathroom and bedroom from over 2000 exhibitors at the annual IHHS in Chicago.
With a record number of submissions from 73 nations, designers answered the challenge "Genius design for a better everyday." There were 6 Global Winners: Gold, Silver, Bronze in two categories, 3 Sustainability Award Winners: 2 Students and 1 Professional & Enthusiast, 30 National Winners and 20 Special Mentions.
Our highlights from this year's Tokyo Design Week. This year's design presentations emphasized natural materials, further integration of new technologies and traditional forms that delight in new ways.
Taking place in a diverse range of neighborhoods, industrial spaces and design districts, the second annual design week presented a new generation of young designers eager to find a voice for Chinese design.
Now in it's sixth year, Vienna Design Week continued to champion the merits of Austrian creativity with a lot of designers placing an emphasis on the process behind their furniture and objects.
Celebrating it's tenth anniversary, the city was overrun with hundreds of exhibitions, events, installations, and workshops. A big digital presence was felt with the V&A Prism, Philips Lighting, BE Open Sound Portal, Google Web Labs, and Nokia getting in on the action at Designjunction.
We follow 'Unknown Fields Division' on their trip to the Black Rock Desert in northern Nevada to participate in the festival dedicated to community, art, self-expression, and self-reliance. They depart one week later, having left no trace whatsoever.
An exhibition exploring human enhancement at Wellcome Collection, London, that takes a broad and playful look the extraordinary ways people have attempted to improve, adapt and enhance their body's performance throughout history.
Tom Sachs and his team of 13 artists took over the Park Avenue Armory in New York with a DIY installation conceptualizing a NASA mission to colonize Mars. Space vehicles, equipment, and even the Mars landscape were created from found objects and readily available low-tech materials.