What is the future of design?
Our world is changing. Rapidly. Technology is impacting every part of our lives, and at the same time seamlessly integrating into the spaces we inhabit, the products we use and the way we perceive the world.
DX aims to question these advances, and to uncover and present the cutting-edge, future-proofed products that respond to these changes in technology, materials and thinking.
Martyn Evans of Cathedral Group, the London-based property developers renowned for their regeneration projects across the city, joins Property Week's Mike Phillips at the May Design Series to explore the burning question faced by all architects - What do Developers Want?
BD editor Amanda Baillieu has seen many architects go it alone and start up their own business. But in a tough climate and a competitive industry, it takes much more than design skills to make it. In this special business briefing from the May Design Series, Baillieu presents her A-Z of starting ...
Workplace design is changing rapidly under the influence of new technologies and new modes of working. In this session from the May Design Series, Katy Ghahremani of MAKE Architects, Simon Allford of AHMM, Shane Kelly of TP Bennett and Benjamin Koslowski of the Helen Hamlyn Centre for Design shar...
Are micro-apartments the solution to population problems faced by modern cities? In this May Design Series seminar presented in conjunction with UBM Future Cities, Richard Heap is joined by Chris Boulton of Yoo and Yolande Barnes of Savills UK to discuss the dilemmas - and opportunities - posed b...
Design in extreme places for challenging conditions was the subject of our 'Design on the Edge' seminar at May Design Series. Hugh Broughton of Hugh Broughton Architects, Christina Seilern of Studio Seilern and Tomas Rousek of A-ETC wowed the audience with their recent work in the polar regions, ...