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Designer Adam Nathaniel Furman has picked 10 projects representing the New London Fabulous movement of “beauty, complexity and joy”.

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The founders of Belgium's Studio Plastique explain how their research-based projects and material investigations aim to position design as “a tool for a world that is in transition” in this interview as part of our VDF x Alcova collaboration.

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Contact lens cases, electrical wires and pill packets are among a number of common home goods that have been reimagined in glass by students from Lund University, in a bid to explore the material's potential within a more circular economic system.

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Unusual, innovative and avant-garde approaches to seating were among the highlights of Dutch design fair Object Rotterdam, which took place earlier this month. Anna Winston picks six of the most intriguing chairs from the annual event's crop of up-and-coming talent.

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The French government has announced plans for a sustainability law that will ensure all new public buildings are built from at least 50 per cent timber or other natural materials.

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London design trade fair 100% Design will rebrand as Design London in time for London Design Festival 2020, and move from Olympia in west London to the new Design District in Greenwich.

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Tokyo 2010: Japanese studio Nendo have created these bottle-shaped piggy banks with two coin slots that mimic a pig's snout.  Called Pyggy Bank, the designs were created for an exhibition called Piggy Bank Collection, which will remain on show until 9 November at Isetan department store in Tokyo's Shinjuku district. The show is part of DesignTide Tokyo

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design brand Fritz Hansen has created a walnut version of the classic Lily chair by Danish architect and designer Arne Jacobsen to celebrate the product's 50th anniversary.

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Tokyo-based design studio Nendo has updated the humble ballpoint pen, with a more ergonomic design called bLen, for Japanese pen manufacturer Zebra.

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Swiss company Micro Mobility Systems has released a retro-style electric bubble car, motorcycle and scooter as part of its vision of near-future micro-transport in cities.

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British sculptor Antony Gormley is among a handful of artists who have collaborated with the White Cube gallery to document their life and work in lockdown via Instagram, in a bid to stay connected during the coronavirus pandemic.

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Muji has launched a single-storey prefabricated home called Yō no Ie that features a large outdoor deck to encourage indoor-outdoor living.

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British designer Samuel Wilkinson has updated the classic director's chair, introducing a hidden mechanism that allows the fabric seat to be held in tension without any noticeable support.

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