During this year’s Design Week Cologne British Designer Terence Woodgate spoke with Matylda from Matandme about his role as a designer and the concepts and intentions behind the surface table – A first time collaboration with John Barnard for Established & Sons.
During this year’s Design Week Cologne, British Designer Ross Lovegrove spoke with Designspotter about, well let’s face it pretty much everything.
If you have an extra 20 minutes to spare, and as Lovegrove puts it, some incredible stamina, this might be worth a watch.
‘Moooi: Design is the Unexpected Welcome’ is a humorous typographic animation which raises some very pertinent, as well as a few entertaining questions, on design, as an industry, profession and commodity.
Is it a cocaine fuelled ego trip industry about to crash and burn? Are we actually talented or are we just bad at doing everything else, and what in fact is a good design?
For the grand finale of our tv studio at Tent London, Max Fraser interviewed Edward Tadros, chairman and managing director of Ercol.
A third-generation furniture maker, Tadros speaks with Fraser, in our newly decked out studio full of Ercol's quality handmade furniture, about the history, vision and future of this great British company.
During this year’s London Design Festival the design collective OKAY studio presented ‘Under the same roof”, an exhibition of work exploring what it is to be a creative group operating in London today.
We were lucky enough to snag a few minutes with Sustainable Design Consultant Leonora Oppenheim at this year’s DeTank.tv studio at Tent London.
Convinced that sustainability is the most important and exciting challenge facing designers today, Leonora talks with Max Fraser about her thoughts on climate change, greenwashing and the way forward.
CEO of the "innovation and design" firm IDEO, Tim Brown talks about the powerful relationship between creative thinking and play - with many examples you can try at home (and one that maybe you shouldn't)
Jon Goodbun and Filip Visnjic from the Working Architecture Group speak with Kieran Long, Editor of the Architect’s Journal, about the ins and outs of their Open Tables Ecology installation at Tent London.
Open Tables Ecology is a study in contemporary interaction theory, or Ubiquitous Computing and was the winning entry for this year’s Workspace Group Urbantine Project.
Yael Mer and Shay Alkalay of Raw-Edges Studio talk with Max Fraser about some of their most recent collaborations.
What happens when material things become free? Long Tail author and Wired magazine editor Chris Anderson examines new models of wealth distribution and claims we’re moving from economies of scarcity to an age of abundance.
In this video, IDEO's David Kelly speaks on the need for a broader approach to design in the twenty-first century.
Presenting a number of recent projects, Kelly discusses the notion that product design has become much less about the hardware of objects and more about the personal user experience.