Trees play a vital role in creating an eco-friendly landscape design.
The paradox of game playing.
You know your needs better than HGTV.
Progressives are hopeful but tired of the patriarchy.
Let’s start designing for humans instead.
We tend to have a lot of disparate junk in our homes, and much of it accumulated over time without a plan.
The philosophy hidden in garbage placeholder text.
Leonardo da Vinci, the original ‘Renaissance man’, tends to be better known for his drawings of human anatomy and the animal kingdom than buildings.
The attribution of some kind of magical power to the incumbents who once dominated a market.
I first starting working with Neil Ayres when he worked at Creative Review when I was getting in touch with lots of creative organisations, press and companies to find out more about how we could work together and also gain inspiration on how creative practitioners might use the Library.
The untold story of the website design journey.
Interested in data visualisation, information design or historic newspapers?
What can be better than combining food with the ease of getting it whenever we want?
I first met illustrator Josie Shenoy a few years ago at a ‘Make it, Sell it’ speed mentoring event I ran at the British Library, and she also took part in our Spring Market.
We, as human beings, tend to form emotional connections with our surrounding objects at mainly three levels: Visceral, behavioural and reflective.
— Workshop: Leapfrogging Sustainable Development: Exploring the strategic futures of production and policy through cosmo-local and commons-based design. By Jose Ramos, 20-21 Sept 2019 ; Indian Institute of Technology, Mumbai Description A new way of thinking is emerging for developing strategic pathways for local to planetary economic and ecological viability. This way of thinking…