DesignTex and Crypton Launch 5×5 Collection of Printed Fabrics by Contemporary Artists

DesignTex and Crypton Launch 5×5 Collection of Printed Fabrics by Contemporary Artists

DesignTex and Crypton launch 5x5, a collection of designs by 5 contemporary artists, in hopes that they will be used in children's wards.

At Prague’s Signal Festival 2018, an Historic City Is Seen in Modern Light

At Prague’s Signal Festival 2018, an Historic City Is Seen in Modern Light

A four-day journey with Prague's Signal Festival to visit historical sites and old palaces, come to life with modern light installations.

Helsinki Design Week 2018: Behind the Scenes – Marimekko Factory Tour

Helsinki Design Week 2018: Behind the Scenes – Marimekko Factory Tour

Marimekko's designers share how they create their patterns, choose colors and became a Finnish design icon.

Homo Faber 2018: Luxury Design Artisans from Hermes, Mont Blanc Defend Value of Handmade Crafts

Homo Faber 2018: Luxury Design Artisans from Hermes, Mont Blanc Defend Value of Handmade Crafts

When digital tools and modern technology can 3-D print an entire house in a day, luxury brands insist the best is still made by hand.

Soho House Amsterdam is Latest Addition to a Hotel Chain Catering to Creatives, Digital Nomads

Soho House Amsterdam is Latest Addition to a Hotel Chain Catering to Creatives, Digital Nomads

Soho House, a private members’ club for creatives, expanded to Amsterdam this summer.

Mikiya Kobayashi on Making Harmony with Space Through Furniture

Mikiya Kobayashi on Making Harmony with Space Through Furniture

Find out why playgrounds don't always need to be furnished with items designed for children.

The Crazy Rich Asians Guide to Design and Architecture in Singapore

The Crazy Rich Asians Guide to Design and Architecture in Singapore

A Crazy Rich Asians inspired introduction to the design and architecture of Singapore.

In Jerusalem, a Matchmaker Pairs Mature Artisans with Young Designers

In Jerusalem, a Matchmaker Pairs Mature Artisans with Young Designers

We check out Jerusalem Design Week's Matchmaker exhibition that showed work produced by older craftsmen and young designers.

Highlights from Design Tokyo 2018: Be a Scent DJ and More

Highlights from Design Tokyo 2018: Be a Scent DJ and More

We visit Design Tokyo to scope out what's new from Japanese designers.

Stitched in the desert: Iota’s Products Are Made by Bedouin Women in the Negev

Stitched in the desert: Iota’s Products Are Made by Bedouin Women in the Negev

Tal Zur, CEO of Iota Hand Stitched, talks to us about providing jobs for Bedouin women who aren’t allowed to hold jobs outside of the home…

At Romanian Design Week: An Intimate Creative Economy

At Romanian Design Week: An Intimate Creative Economy

A strong contingent of young designers, many of whom have returned from working abroad, are reinventing the identity of Romanian design.