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The Business in March

News and pictures from the design sector Nulty illuminates Ab Rogers’ Battersea Archlight Cinema Lighting design consultancy Nulty has illuminated Archlight, a new boutique cinema at Battersea Power Station’s Circus West Village development in London. Located in a series of railway arches, Ab Rogers Design has created a cocooned underworld of cos..

The Diary in March

The pick of events happening this month Words by Sophie Tolhurst James Turrell: Passages of Light 22 November 2019 – 29 March 2020 Museo Jumex, Mexico City James Turrell is an artist who uses light as his medium to challenge the limits of perception. Works here include early experiments with light, immersive colour-saturated environments, and new..

Surfaces Focus: Swarovski Designers of the Future winner

A look at the architectural surfaces designed by Juju Wang, one of the winners of the Swarovski Designers of the Future Award Words by Emily Martin For the fifth consecutive year Swarovski and Design Miami have announced the winners of the Swarovski Designers of the Future Award. For 2019 they were Shanghai-born installation artist Juju Wang, Dut..

Surfaces Focus: Honest design Halifax’s flagship using a range of Forbo flooring

London is home to Halifax’s first-ever flagship branch. Designed by Honest, it features an array of Forbo floor coverings Words by Emily Martin Oxford street in London is now home to Halifax’s first ever flagship branch. Designed by retail and brand consultancy firm Honest the branch spans three storeys, with vibrant colours and inviting furnishi..

Cars: Accelerating the Modern World at V&A Museum — review

Johnny Tucker casts a critical eye over the V&A’s transport-themed blockbuster Until 19 AprilV&A Museum, South KensingtonReview by Johnny TuckerIt’s a huge subject to tackle and as such, you’re never going to be able to please everyone, though this show will please many. Certain elements of Cars: Accelerating the Modern World are very enjoyable i..

Profile: Sarah Featherstone of Featherstone Young

Veronica Simpson speaks to Featherstone Young co-founder Sarah Featherstone about her award-winning work and her plans to radically reinvent rural transport and housing Words by Veronica Simpson I have had the good fortune to engage with several of Featherstone Young’s unusual buildings in the past decade. From the award-winning extension and ref..

From gold mines to cargo ships: meet ‘nomadic design studio’ Unknown Fields

Matthew Ponsford sits down with Unknown Fields, whose research-led work interrogates the global networks and impacts of consumption Words by Matthew Ponsford Some of the most remarkable stories you’ll hear from Kate Davies and Liam Young, the duo who lead the globe-trotting ‘nomadic’ design studio Unknown Fields, unravel in the in-between places ..

February One to Watch: Daniel Schofield

FX takes a look at just some of the new designs from prolific British furniture and product designer Daniel Schofield Words by Sophie Tolhurst Who Daniel Schofield is a British furniture and product designer. He has received many accolades and awards from design publications and leading industry figures, including being heralded a ‘one to watch’ ..

The Diary in February

The pick of events happening this month Words by Sophie Tolhurst 1. Steve McQueen Year 3 (with Tate, Artangel and A New Direction) November 2019 – May 2020 Tate Britain + various sites around London By photographing 76,000 year 3 pupils, artist and filmmaker Steve McQueen has created ‘a mass portrait of an entire age group of Londoners’. Beyond t..

Mushrooms, The art, design, and future of fungi, Somerset House

Somerset House’s exhibition celebrates all that Fungi has offered artists and designers over the years – and shows it is still full of potential Words by Sophie Tolhurst Mushrooms have long intrigued artists and designers, inspiring fascinating work across genres, as Somerset House’s new exhibition, curated by Francesca Gavin, reflects. Exhibits ..

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