Recognizing the excellence of design enterprise across 17 categories, the Core77 Design Awards celebrates the richness of the design profession
from client work to self-initiated projects, and entrepreneurial to pro-bono engagements.
Paying tribute to 50 years of Bond films, London's Barbican showcases a huge selection of costumes, props, gadgets and design drawings from Sean Connery's 1962 debut as 007 in Dr No to this year's Skyfall.
Every second year the aviation industry and aircraft enthusiasts converge at the world's most iconic airshow in South East England. The aerospace sector dominated this year with Virgin Galactic's SpaceShipTwo making it's European debut.
This year's annual summer show took place simultaneously in six buildings across the college's two campuses in Battersea and Kensington with projects exploring everything from subversion, to social impact, and engineering research.
New York-based designer and educator Anna Rabinowicz toured metal factories in the south of Brazil (Rio Grande do Sul) to research sand casting, vertical die casting, and horizontal cold-chamber die casting.
Celebrating it's 10th anniversary, this year's festival presented work from over 500 designers, firms and institutions at the former airport Tempelhof and in various locations throughout Berlin. For the first time, DMY hosted the official Designpreis der Bundesrepublik Deutschland design award.
The Design Museum Holon in Tel Aviv hosted the cities second annual design week, and invited nineteen design week directors and design leaders from all over the world for what can be best described as design summer camp.
Bright colors, mixed materials, primitive shapes and multi-functional objects permeated the collections we saw this year at ICFF, WantedDesign and the NoHo Design District.
From Broadway to Rockaway, Pelham to Freshkills, 8.2 million people call New York City home. On the occasion of New York Design Week, Core77 takes a moment to survey the landscape of all five boroughs with an open call to designers to represent their hometown.
More than 180 contemporary galleries took part in the inaugural edition of Frieze New York making it the largest event produced by Frieze. The fair took place in a temporary structure, designed by Brooklyn-based architects SO - IL, on Randall's Island.
A collection of highlights seen at Spazio Rossana Orlandi, La Triennale di Milano, and Tom Dixon's MOST exhibition at the National Museum of Science and Technology.
We stopped by the Art Center College of Design graduate show to checkout the freshest work from students working across all creative disciples.
Epic in scale as always with over 2,700 exhibitors competing for attention, many of the older design-driven companies exhibited historical product timelines to establish their importance at the 51st fair.
The Brera district of Milan hosted numerous exhibitions throughout the upscale retail and designer showroom neighborhood.
A super industrial area, Ventura Lambrate hosted some of the most interesting exhibitions this year in epically large warehouse spaces.
The industrial neighborhood surrounding Via Tortona showcased a blend of big brands, international design stars, and up-and-coming new talents.
Marking the end of auto exhibition season, this year's show was relatively mainstream with highlights including the 2013 SRT Viper, BMW's i8 concept car, and a classic 1966 Chevrolet Impala SS 427 Convertible.
A largely commercial trade show held annually in New York, we headed to MADE, the section devoted to artisans, craftsmen and independent studios,
with strong representation from MATTER and the AmDC.
The annual IHH show held in Chicago presented the latest gadgets and electronic appliances for cooking, entertaining, cleaning and almost everything else you could possibly need for the home.
Presented by the American Design Club (AmDC) in Brooklyn, designers were asked to create an object to defend themselves against an intruder breaking in at 3am.