The curled trimmings on accessories designer Niels Peeraer’s bags lend them a playful twist while simultaneously displaying his technical skill.
Floris Wubben puts materials front and centre of his process, creating machinery and techniques that are led by the properties of the materials themselves.
Sophia Collier uses cutting edge technology to capture a liquid moment in time, making sculptures that capture fluid and sound waves.
Overcoming major environmental challenges with design, recent graduate Dave Hakkens tackles the plastics and e-waste industries
Swedish designer David Taylor combines low value concrete with precious metals in his work, reassessing how we approach design.
Product designer Qiyun Deng tackles issues of sustainability, in a project that reconsiders the mass design of disposable cutlery.
MIT Media Lab are bringing tactility back to technology, with their inFORM prototype.
Designer David Rinman turns table tennis into an immersive audiovisual experience, with his interactive Beat Match installation.
Visual artist Oliver Ratsi has released a hypnotic new installation, designed to blur the senses, and envelop visitors in a kaleidoscopic experience.
A Santiago based group of designers are challenging the future of additive manufacturing with their back-to-basics model.
Japanese artist Yasuaki Onishi creates an ethereal forest of tree branches, using a sculptural arrangement of basic materials.
Investigating the intersections of architecture and science, Jenny Sabin is a designer who enjoys pushing boundaries.