Area DeClic launches their first ever Design competition for Women only. The competition is reserved for female Design students and professionals aged 22 years or older.
Timothy Taylor Gallery
15 Carlos Place, London, W1K 2EX
This is your last chance to check out Timothy Taylor Gallery's exhibition of new works by Ron Arad, which marks the first show at the gallery since they announced sole representation of Arad in the UK.
In the world of emotional design, Dutch designer Hella Jongerius has all the right tactics. From her one-off objects to her industrially produced products, Jongerius consistently creates works imbued with a sense of meaning, individuality, and hand craftsmanship.
For the second half of Design.NL’s interview with Li Edelkoort, Jeanne Tan sits down with the trend forecaster to finish up their discussion on the current state of design.
Throughout the interview Edelkoort talks about her feelings on Africa, why grey is the new black, and how Dutch design will ride through the crisis.
1 Rue Dupetit-Thouars, Paris
Fat Galerie presents 'new works no 1' the first in a series of exhibitions featuring new explorations and innovations by some of Europe’s most talented young designers.
New Work No. 1 presents the most recent work of Julian Mayor, Peter Marigold, Julien Carretero, and Raw Edges design studio.
Stand D-19, Milan Fairgrounds, Rho
For this year’s Salone Del Mobile in Milan, Alice Wang will exhibit her latest project ‘Chairs for The Dysfunctional’, comprising a collection of chairs illustrating the various sitting habits exemplified by individuals within our society.
Via Savona 55a, ZonaTortona, Milan
Danish Crafts presents Shh... Craft is Golden! an exhibition showcasing 12 of Denmark’s finest craftsmen and designers including Louise Campbell, Cecilie Manz, Ditte Hammerstrøm, Ole Jensen, and Steen Ipsen.
The NYTimes moment blog has posted a fascinating interview with Studio Job.
To coincide with the design duo’s first major retrospective at Moss in New York, Felix Burrichter interviewed Job Smeets, the duo’s mouthpiece, about upcoming projects, cultural DNA and maintaining optimism in times of recession.
Corso Colombo 15, Milan
For this year’s Salone del Mobile in Milan, The Royal Academy of Art The Hague (KABK), Design The Hague 2010 - 2028 and Creative City The Hage (CSDH) present Design Why? a four-day platform about design in a chaotic world.