The student-designed desert shelters at Taliesin West, which began in 1938 with John Lautner's lean-to and continue today, provide a window into architecture's evolving relationship with the natural environment.
For the past 13 years, Wilsonart has been hosting student chair design competition to challenge students to create a unique design.
“Design for Difference” merges style with utility in multi-functional garments that do more than clothe, but protect, shelter, and carry items.
Design students at RIT reimagine the modern office.
The refugee crisis, globalization's drawbacks, and novel health-care delivery systems were all themes at Dutch Design Week 2015.
A furniture company collaborates with design students at Purdue University for its latest chair collection.
The automotive makers sponsored a project for the College for Creative Studies in which MFA majors were tasked with creating a branded experience for Chevrolet.
Designers from RISD, Brown, and the University of Applied Science Erfurt developed a prototypical home that actually generates 50% more energy than it uses.
Students from Northern Michigan University collaborated with Lloyd Flanders furniture makers to prototype human centered design.
Research at the Helen Hamlyn Centre for Design is transforming the practice—and the very definition—of universal design.
Don't be deceived: you can actually sit in this chair.
Two Philadelphia University students successfully grow a lamp and a chair from mushrooms.
A new book looks at the creative evolution of designers from their days as students to their present careers
We have a wicked problem. As a society we waste an awful lot of materials. Consider, for instance, the sheer volume of packaging that hits the recycling bin after we open cheap consumer electronics and then replace them in rapid…
We picked seven absolutely stellar graduating projects from design schools around the world for the round-up in our July/August issue, but we found many more that were equally worthy of our attention. Graduate students in industrial design, architecture, and communication…
Graduating design students cross disciplines to produce surprisingly mature solutions.
For the better part of a decade, Jerry Helling has been a tireless supporter of young designers. Some of those efforts, I suspect, were born of frustration. In his role as president and creative director at Bernhardt Design, he’s experienced…