The French design manufacturer has started its foray into kitchen accessories with tableware and furniture.
We pick out six key trends from the Maison & Objet Paris fair.
Beazley Designs of the Year celebrates designs that promote or deliver change, enable access, extend design practice or capture the spirit of the year.
Balthazar is a toy that tells time, with movable joints and everything, but it is a toy for grown-ups. It reminds us of the Iron Giant, a little.
Demolished in 1938, the Banff Pavilion in Alberta, Canada may be rebuilt, once funding has been assured. The town council has approved plans for the building.
Running from September 2 to 6, Maison & Objet Paris promises a few updates to its calendar.
The prolific designer creates a series of scents that would capture your imagination, just like his other designs.
Home interior and design exhibitions look set to take over Paris; we scoured the net and found six you should include in your itinerary.
The campus expansion will see seven shortlisted architects from around the world vie for the honor of having their design materialise at the new London campus.
Maison & Object is but the first in a raft of interesting upcoming design exhibitions around the globe.
The Sydney Opera House will undergo a multi-million-dollar overhaul, with an emphasis on improving its acoustics.
From Helsinki and Mexico to Vienna and London, these design festivals would appeal to the most discerning of design enthusiasts.
This autumn, we invite you to wrap yourself up warm and head to these three design events in northwestern Europe: Formland, northmodern and the NordDesign.
The Lighting Store in London brings a unique new design to be fitted into homes of those who love unusual creations.
The world’s tallest moving observation tower is set to open in Brighton next week, sending visitors up 450 feet in the air on a vertical cable car.
The bridge will be part of a larger city expansion project in light of the games and beyond.
The international furnishings trade fair has grown significantly since its inception in 2006, with more suppliers and exhibitors than ever before.
Morocco now has the longest cable-stayed bridge in the African continent.
Take a tour of some of the city’s boutique design hotels that will sleep A-list visitors looking for more than just a place to lay their head.
Co-designed by the Dutch and Korean architectural firms, Seoul’s new entertainment plaza will be doused in a luminous blanket of yellow light.