Danish design company Vipp has teamed up with The Conran Shop to create a special fundraising exhibition and auction at The Conran Shop on 27th April 2006 to raise money for Oxfam.
The Electric Kid show by Moritz Waldemeyer at Rabih Hage during London Design Festival.
Camron and Design House Stockholm invited the press and design contacts to a design exhibition “Garden of Eden" at The Residence of Swedish ambassador Staffan Carlsson.
SKITSCH’s London flagship store in the Brompton Design District hosted ‘Design Becomes Home.’
As part of London Design Festival 2010, EDC London hosted ‘The Skyline Edition.’
Fantastic news, Poke and Camron have been short listed for a BIMA award (British Interactive Media Association).
This was my second visit to Tokyo Design Week and the container show just gets better and better.
Gillian and I went to the launch of FORM at Olympia last night.
Form is a new exhibition bringing together modern and contemporary art, design, photography, ceramics, sculpture and jewellery.
I went to the British Museum last night to the launch of a new building by Zaha Hadid in Dubai called Opus.
Torino has been appointed the first World Design Capital. Design Torino came to London to unveil the projects which will be running throughout the year.
Liberty is renowned for its championing of 20th century furniture design. Now it has joined forces with influential art and design gallery Rocket to host an exhibition celebrating the furniture of Jens Risom
Parents of children at Soho Parish School have commissioned the renowned graphic designer Jonathan Barnbrook, to design a bag to raise money for the school.
Despite never having been a true connoisseur of roadside cuisine, I was very excited to try out Heston Blumenthal’s newly revamped Little Chef
Amy and I were lucky enough to go to the opening of the new Cha Cha Moon, at Whiteleys in Bayswater last night. Cha Cha Moon
Thursday I joined an über-cool East End crowd at Gallery FUMI for the debut of ‘Les French’, an exhibition by Studio Glithero.
I always enjoy graduate show season; I think it’s great to witness the total freedom of creativity which students enjoy and you can guarantee there’ll always be some outrageous designs on show!
The New Designers exhibition at the Business Design Centre, Islington, London, showcases such an impressive level of ingenuity and production that you immediately sense that you are observing the country’s cutting edge of fashion, textiles, jewellery, and
Last night I went to the opening party of Telling Tales – an exhibition of ‘fantasy and fear in contemporary design’ at the V&A.
On Tuesday, I attended the opening of the Pavilion of Art & Design in Berkeley Square. The show was absolutely buzzing with activity.
On Saturday, I stumbled upon Ryantoon, a pop-up shop by the papercut artist and printmaker Robert Ryan.
Finally, the clouds parted and we glimpsed the sun! So I grabbed the opportunity to head down to the Design Real exhibition
The ‘Well Transparent Chair’ is Ron Arad’s re-interpretation of the original Well Tempered Chair, which he first designed in 1986
The Ultra Lounge at Selfridges has been transformed into a maze of exhibits that challenges you to look closer at the world and at all things small and beautiful.
The annual Grand Designs Live exhibition has hit London so I headed down to Excel to check it out.
The degree show season has kicked off and I nipped down to Kensington Gore to look at the Royal College of Art’s contribution from the Class of 2010.
Once again, Holborn is abuzz as the students of Central Saint Martins show off their exceptional talent at the degree showcase.
New Designers, the UK’s largest event for graduate design, is currently being held at the British Design Centre in Islington.
Sun shining, I headed over to picnic in the unlikely spot of Trafalgar Square, to catch a glimpse of the bottled up HMS Victory, recently docked on the fourth plinth.
Last Saturday I experienced Studio Dining East, a spectacular Pop Up restaurant by those amazing people at Bistrotheque
The Deptford Project is hosting the fabulous Silent Cinema for the next three weeks with 80s movies showing
While in Copenhagen I visited Edition Copenhagen. Founded in 1959 the space at Christianshavn houses both a lithographic workshop and a wonderful gallery space.
Roberta and I went to the first night of the opening of Temporium, a Christmas Shop in Brompton Road.
Hermès new concept store recently opened in what was originally an Art Nouveau swimming pool.
After hearing so much about Le Royal Monceau Hotel since it recently opened, we dropped in for a glass of champagne
Last night was the party to launch the Wallpaper* Design Awards. Over 66 categories wallpaper picked the best in class in everything from the best beds to Spas.
Any contemporary design lover’s trip to Los Angeles is not complete without a visit to twentieth, the showroom and gallery
Interior designer to the stars (and to the Obama administration) Michael S. Smith recently opened a multi-line showroom on Melrose Avenue
One of the newest additions to the artisanal restaurants and specialty grocers in San Francisco’s Ferry Building Marketplace
Stockholm Furniture Fair is the world’s biggest meeting place for Nordic design, with exhibitors ranging from furniture,
While meandering through San Francisco’s South Park, I stopped in to visit PUBLIC, the new company from Design Within Reach founder Rob Forbes.
Upon entering Coup d’Etat in San Francisco’s Potrero Hill design district, I immediately thought of Roman and Williams and
Founded by four bespectacled friends in search of an alternative to overpriced glasses, Warby Parker
A favorite source for interior designers and in-the-know consumers, 1stdibs.com is an online marketplace for vintage furniture, lighting, and objects.
Anthropologie has officially launched their much-anticipated in-store “Decorator Concept Shops.”
In Beijing this week, I had to visit historic sites like Forbidden City and The Great Wall.
This week we visited Central St Martins’ 2011 degree show to see a great range of work from the young designers of tomorrow working
Yesterday morning I attended the Rector’s Breakfast at the Royal College of Art where the most spectacular array
The NY team recently popped into Nolita lifestyle store Thomas Sires on Elizabeth Street.
This week, we checked out “Bespoke”, a gallery show at P.J.S. Exhibitions in New York.
Last night I went with Tony Chambers to Ron Arad’s Curtain Call at the Roundhouse
This week, we checked out the new Treasure & Bond shop in New York’s Soho neighbourhood.
Stephen Burks’ “Are You a Hybrid?” at the Museum of Art and Design is part of MADProjects
Last night I went to the V&A for the opening of Power of Making, collaboration between the V&A and the Crafts Council.
Last Wednesday, we were in New York with the Design Miami/ team to announce and celebrate David Adjaye
Yesterday at Decorex International 2011, Baroncelli was thrilled to be awarded the Best Contemporary Product Award from idfx for their new wall light, Rex.
When I first entered this exhibition I was greeted by interaction designer Cem Sever. Cem has worked with several tattoo artists to create Tattooar.
B.B.D. Console by Martin Szekely presented by Galerie kreo at Design Miami/ 2011.
Last night Central St Martins held a private view of ‘work in progress’ for postgraduate students specialising in textiles, industrial, product and communication design.
Last week while in Paris, I stumbled upon “Knock on Wood”, a lovely little exhibition of designs crafted in wood
One of the nominations is the typeface, Nokia Pure, design by Dalton Maag who are based in London.
The biggest Bauhaus exhibition in the UK in over 40 years provides a compelling portrait
Clerkenwell was buzzing this week as its streets came alive with designers, installations, pop up stalls and parties.
We recently stumbled across Mociun — a lovely, spare store on a quiet corner of Williamsburg
Summer 2012 sees a celebration of all things Bauhaus with the Barbican’s retrospective on the famous design school.
Opening tomorrow and designed by Herzog & de Meuron and Ai Weiwei, the new pavilion at The Serpentine Gallery
Thomas Heatherwick has designed a diversity of objects, from bridges to buses to buildings, now celebrated in an exhibition at the V&A.
With all eyes on London this summer, the Southbank Centre has kickstarted its Festival of the World exhibition.
Moving across the road from last year’s Temporium pop-up, Dezeen have now established their first Super Store at 38 Monmouth Street, WC2.
We paid a visit to Phillips de Pury’s Park Avenue space this weekend to check out Triumvirate
Last week, we attended the opening party for Everlane’s lovely “Not a Retail” pop up shop on Prince Street
Today, Camron’s own social media team went to New Designers to take a look at London’s fresh talent.
Designing 007: Fifty years of Bond Style is a great way to mark James Bond’s fiftieth anniversary.
In the Palermo neighborhood of Buenos Aires, I stumbled upon Kermesse, a charming little shop specializing in vintage housewares from Argentina.
A project which allows for creative’s to work to a completely open brief always makes for an exciting exhibition.
Last week in Berlin, I stumbled upon Marron, a light-filled corner store filled with simple, lovely designs in the Mitte.
Christine Lemieux has finally opened her first store after 14 years selling her brightly patterned textiles online. Dwell Studio’s new flagship on Wooster Street
For this year’s London Design Festival, Gallery Libby Sellers is presenting an exhibition of exquisite glass works by
Yesterday, I joined Francis Sultana in Paris to preview his debut at AD Intérieurs. The prestigious exhibition, organized by AD France
This weekend, I visited the Hermès Festival of Crafts on Park Avenue on the Upper East Side
Among the most powerful installations at the Venice Architecture Biennale was for sure the U.S. Pavillion’s “Spontaneous Interventions: Design Actions for the Common Good”
On Omotesando in Tokyo, I stumbled upon the Comme des Garçons Good Design Shop, which opened recently on the second floor of the MVRDV-designed Gyre building.
A late afternoon vaparetto ride to the island of San Giorgio Maggiore brought me to the spectacular Stanzo del Vetro
Wuhao Curated Shop Beijing is a destination conceived by Isabelle Pascal. It is a platform and unique environment.
In Bangkok in the Siam Discovery Center, I visited the design shop Propaganda. Filled with brightly colored home objects
At the Biennale, I stumbled upon Olafur Eliasson’s brilliant “Little Sun” project—an almost totally dark room
This year’s Pavilion of Art & Design felt particularly sophisticated and cool. Set in Berkeley Square, Mayfair
Last Friday, I went to Suite NY to check out its third installment of highly successful “Pink Project,” a creative design collaboration held annually to benefit BCRF
Kate Colangeli and I recently attended the new Fair Folks and a Goat opening reception in Greenwich Village.
In the oratory of the 20th century, no speech is more significant than that given by Franklin D. Roosevelt – The Four Freedoms speech.
On Saturday, pre-Hurricane Sandy, I went to the first-ever Designers and Books Fair at FIT in Manhattan.
While visiting my mother-in-law in Holland last week, I stumbled upon Dutch Design Week in Eindhoven.
I’ve been tracking Su Blackwell’s work for a while, so I was excited to check out her new exhibition at Anthropologie’s Gallery on the Kings Road.
On my last night in Mexico City I went to this Japanese restaurant Tori- Tori that opened last year. Designed by Architecture Michel Rojkind of Rojkind Arquitectos
To become part of the permanent collection when the new site for the Design Museum opens in 2015, Extraordinary Stories about Ordinary Things provides a fascinating and beautifully curated journey through the key designs that have shaped the modern world.
The Pompidou Centre in Paris currently presentsing a retrospective of the work of Irish artist, furniture designer and architect Eileen Gray (1878-1976).
8 Chairs, the latest exhibition at Gallery Libby Sellers is an unusual exhibition by the London-based creative team Clarke & Reilly.
Across the road from The High Line in Manhattan, within the new retail corridor of 10th avenue, is STORY
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