Magnus Englund (see Isokon ideas) distills a century of design by choosing 100 iconic pieces from the inventory of London retailer Heal's past and present.
The Museum of Design in Zürich (Museum für Gestaltung Zürich) provides a searchable image database of its furniture collections.
Lancaster University (UK) professor Stewart Walker's latest book, Design for Life: Creating Meaning in a Distracted World, garners positive reviews worldwide.
Canadian office furniture manufacturer Nienkämper celebrates the 50th anniversary of Robin Bush's Lollipop tandem seating with new POP colours.
Metropolis Magazine reports two Staten Island-based artists created the community's first makerspace, with the help of an economic development grant from New York City.
Michael Wolf wandered the back alleys of Hong Kong to compile his photo essay of bastard chairs.
The UK's Royal Society of Art announces the winners of this year's RSA Student Design Awards.
Open Desk of London investigates the development of Thor ter Kulve's CNC-machined trestle table Bundle Desk.
The trailer from the Magnet Film Konstantin Grcic — Design is Work shows him working with his studio team, clients and curators.
The NEA report Industrial Design: A Competitive Edge for U.S. Manufacturing Success in the Global Economy promotes industrial design as the growth catalyst for US SMEs.
The federation of furniture manufactures in Hida-Takayama, Japan, sponsors a design competition to use local lumber. Deadline July 21.
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