The exhibition “Telling Time” at “Centre d’Innovation et de design au Grand Hornu” in Belgium presents watches created by contemporary artists and designers
From February 11 through May 14, 2017 the Vitra Design Museum in Weil am Rhein features the exhibition “Hello, Robot. Design between Human and Machine”.
For the up-coming edition, running from 20 to 24 January, 2017, MAISON&OBJET PARIS announce RISING TALENT AWARDS UK.
Located on the Zeche Zollverein UNESCO site in Essen, Germany, the Red Dot Design Museum is one of the world’s largest museums of industrial design
The exhibition “Scraps: Fashion, Textiles and Creative Reuse” presents the work of 3 designers who put sustainability at the heart of the design process
The project “Pleat Luster” has been conceived by Paris-based design practice Archiee for an exhibition at the “Maison de la Culture du Japon ” in Paris
Ventura projects, a curated exhibition program focused on the latest developments at the forefront of contemporary design, presents “Ventura Centrale”
Opened in 1895, the Designmuseum Danmark in Copenhagen is the most important Danish museum exclusively dedicated to industrial design and applied arts
With the exhibition “Dream Out Loud. Designing for Tomorrow’s Demands” the Stedelijk Museum presents an overview on the future of Dutch design
From December 3, 2016, in Lugano the installation “Impulse”, composed of luminous seesaws, transforms the cultural center’s plaza into a urban playground
Venice: until April 25, 2017 the Murano Glass Museum presents the exhibition “Murano today, Emotions of glass”
The Design Museum Gent is a museum dedicated to applied arts, craft, and design located in the city of Ghent, in the Flemish Region of Belgium
The exhibition “Fear and Love. Reactions to a complexe world” is one of the events programmed for the Design Museum opening in Kensington-west London.
The Vitra Schaudepot is a new exhibition venue, dedicated to the history of design, conceived by Herzog & de Meuron in the famous Vitra Campus near Basel
From 18 November 2016 the Vitra Design Museum is presenting an exhibition of Dieter Rams’ work in the new Vitra Schaudepot designed by Herzog & de Meuron.
Until February 12, 2017, the “Musée des Arts décoratifs” in Paris hosts an exhibition of furniture and objects designed by Jean Nouvel
At the Victoria and Albert Museum in London the exhibition “You Say You Want a Revolution?” explores the impact of the late 1960s upon life today.
‘The making of’: this is the theme chosen for the 15th DDW – Dutch Design Week, to be held in Eindhoven, the Netherlands, from October 22 through 30, 2016
With How Should We Live? Propositions for the Modern Interior, on view from October 1, 2016, the Museum of Modern Art examines the modernist interior space
The design history of the Apple iPhone, how it was developed by Jonathan Ive and Steve Jobs, its evolution and revolutionary influence on product design
Taking place at Somerset House the first LONDON DESIGN BIENNALE will be open to the public for three-weeks, from 7 through 27 September 2016
As the core location of the London Design Festival 2016 the Victoria & Albert Museum will house exhibitions, installations, events, talks and workshops.
Design: For the upcoming M&O Paris to be held from 2 through 6 September, 2016 6 emerging French designers will have the opportunity to showcase their work
Five projects by French vertical garden master, botanist Patrick Blanc, in Paris, Madrid, Kanazawa and Miami; his ideas and how his green wall systems works
Designjunction has announced the creation of a super façade structure at its London show in King’s Cross during the next London Design Festival
Awaiting the move to its new venue in Kensington, the Design Museum in London has launched “Adopt an Object”,a fundraising initiative to support the museum