Adam Nathaniel Furman’s latest furniture collection is a “bourgeois’ nightmare”

Adam Nathaniel Furman designs "clumsy" furniture for Camp Design Gallery and Abet Laminati


London designer Adam Nathaniel Furman has collaborated with Abet Laminati to create a three-piece collection of unusually shaped and boldly coloured furniture for Camp Design Gallery. Read more


Adam Nathaniel Furman’s latest furniture collection is a “bourgeois’ nightmare”

Adam Nathaniel Furman designs "clumsy" furniture for Camp Design Gallery and Abet Laminati


London designer Adam Nathaniel Furman has collaborated with Abet Laminati to create a three-piece collection of unusually shaped and boldly coloured furniture for Camp Design Gallery. Read more


Colour and pattern intersect in Bouroullec brothers’ glass panel collection

Oblique and Chevron glass panels by Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec x Skyline Design


French design duo Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec have worked with US manufacturers Skyline Design on a collection of glass panels emblazoned with colourful geometric patterns created using code. Read more


Wild Flower launches gender-neutral sex toy Enby for “all of life’s transitions”

Enby gender-neutral sex toy by Wild Flower


The first sex toy created by retailer Wild Flower is a genderless object meant to suit a variety of bodies. Read more


Eight of the best design products celebrating Pride Month 2019


With this year’s Pride Month in full swing, we’ve rounded up eight products that you can truly use and wear with pride, from rainbow-printed Nikes to a multicoloured Ercol loveseat. Read more


Competition: win a Sony Wena smartwatch


Dezeen has teamed up with Sony to offer readers the chance to win one of three Wena smartwatches, which incorporate all their technology into a band you can attach your favourite analogue face to. Read more


Forbo’s Flotex Colour flooring is designed to enhance wellbeing in the workplace

Flotex Colour range by Forbo


Dezeen promotion: flooring manufacturer Forbo has launched a new range that is designed to improve the environmental and wellbeing performance of offices. Read more


CounterBug is a digital self-defence device that eases cyber paranoia

CounterBug Erlend Prendergast


Glasgow School of Art graduate Erlend Prendergast has designed a modular robotic device that talks back to Amazon‘s virtual assistant Alexa in order to protect users from digital surveillance. Read more


CounterBug is a digital self-defence device that eases cyber paranoia

CounterBug Erlend Prendergast


Glasgow School of Art graduate Erlend Prendergast has designed a modular robotic device that talks back to Amazon‘s virtual assistant Alexa in order to protect users from digital surveillance. Read more


Dominic Wilcox’s periscope glasses grant shorter people a height advantage

Dominic Wilcox's One Foot Taller periscope glasses grant shorter people a height advantage at gigs


London-based designer Dominic Wilcox has created a pair of periscope glasses that allow the wearer to see over the top of people at music events. Read more


T Sakhi creates public spaces using Beirut’s security infrastructure

T SAKHI creates public spaces using Beirut's security infrastructure


Architecture and design studio T Sakhi has transformed security barriers into seating as part of a series of urban interventions aimed at creating social places for locals in Beirut. Read more


Olafur Eliasson joins with IKEA to encourage people to harvest their own solar power

Olafur Eliasson and IKEA's Sammanlänkad will encourage people to harvest their own power


IKEA has partnered with Little Sun – the social business co-founded by artist Olafur Eliasson – on small domestic solar panels that store energy to provide light and power, and inspire action on climate change. Read more


IKEA and Ori collaborate on robotic furniture for small-space living

IKEA Ori robotic furniture Rognan


IKEA has partnered with American start-up Ori on Rognan, a shape-shifting furniture system that moves robotically to create more flexible living areas in compact homes. Read more


IKEA launches homeware made from rice straw to help reduce India’s smog problem

IKEA Förändring rice straw collection


IKEA will launch a collection of home accessories made from rice straw that would otherwise be burnt by India’s farmers and pollute the air. Read more


Apple keeps it simple with new “monster” Mac Pro

Apple's new "monster" Mac Pro enables users to do "their life's best work"


Apple has unveiled the new Mac Pro, its most powerful desktop computer to date, contained in a simple aluminium-covered box. Read more


Tej Chauhan designs car tyre based on Nike’s Air Force 1 sneaker

Sole of the UX for Lexus by Tej Chauhan


London industrial designer Tej Chauhan‘s latest projects include a car tyre imprinted with the Nike swoosh and a smart speaker phone that links up with Amazon Alexa. Read more


Seven rising talents spotted at NYCxDesign 2019

Group by Yield


With New York’s 12-day-long festival NYCxDesign now over, US editor Eleanor Gibson picks out the emerging American designers and studios that stood out. Read more


Totomoxtle is a material bringing rare corn back from the brink of extinction

Mexican designer Fernando Laposse has developed Totomoxtle, a veneer material that uses the colourful husks of heirloom corn species and restores vital biodiversity.


Mexican designer Fernando Laposse has developed Totomoxtle, a marquetry material made from the colourful husks of heirloom corn species that restore vital biodiversity. Read more


Wallace Sewell recreates Gunta Stölzl’s original Bauhaus dormitory blanket

Wallace Sewell Bauhaus blanket Gunta Stölzl


London design studio Wallace Sewell will reissue the blanket originally designed by the Bauhaus‘s head of weaving Gunta Stölzl for its Dessau dormitories. Read more


Moving Walls’ latest office table doubles up as a wall-hung whiteboard


Swiss company Moving Walls has extended its range of activity-based office furniture with a table that can also be used as a presentation panel for the wall. Read more