The One Club for Creativity, in partnership with PartnersGlobal and the United Nations' TOGETHER initiative, has launched the inaugural Young Ones Design Brief. This new design competition was created to engage students around the world and promote inclusion and respect for refugees and immigrants by creating posters for mass-transit locations in a number of major cities around the world.
Hem has unveiled the Alphabeta Floor Lamp by Luca Nichetto. Following the success of the iconic Alphabeta Pendant Lamp, which was first introduced in 2015, Hem tapped renowned designer to create a reimagined version of the piece which he has named the Alphabeta Floor Lamp.
The One Club for Creativity has shared a new installment of its 'Where Craft Will Take Us' video series, featuring John C. Jay, President of Global Creative for Uniqlo, describing his vision for what the future holds.
Design Museum Portland has launched Street Seats: Urban Benches for Vibrant Cities, an international design challenge which will culminate in an public outdoor exhibition and walking tour around the World Trade Center Portland plaza in downtown Portland, Ore.
The International Interior Design Association (IIDA) has released its Interior Design Compensation Report, an analysis of salary and benefit information that enables leaders in design to monitor the health of the industry, inform strategic business and hiring decisions, and recruit and retain top talent.
Bene has released the 2018 Future of Work Report, a comprehensive overview of what the future of work could look like. The report is based on specialized literature and on the opinion of 40 experts from well-established international companies, startups, science, and consulting firms.
The 2018 Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) Norman Foster Travelling Scholarship is now open for applications from Architecture students enrolled in schools of architecture around the world. A £7,000 grant will be awarded to one winner by a panel of judges which will include Lord Foster and RIBA President Ben Derbyshire.
Adobe has released a survey of U.S. consumers revealing that poor design significantly limits business growth and sales - with 33 percent of those surveyed ranking poorly designed brand content as the factor that annoys them most in marketing materials.