It's Nice That

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The South Korean illustrator talks us through her latest publication, exploring the unnoticed movements in quiet landscapes.

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Design Boom

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for clerkenwell design week 2019, one of london's most creative districts is set to become even more spectacular, engaging and inspiring from may 21-23.

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The Guardian

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In two years’ time, the Lower East Side will be home to the world’s first underground ‘green’ space – the Lowline

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It took 18 years to build, has nearly a mile of galleries and is inspired by a desert rose. But is Jean Nouvel’s eye-popping creation for the world’s wealthiest nation too extravagant to fill?

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theinventory

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There are a lot of electronic ways that one’s identity can be stolen in 2019, but the old-fashioned “dig through the trash to find a piece of mail with personal information on it” method is still a threat, too. It’s no secret that you should destroy any documents that feature your social security number before throwing them out. But even when it comes to plain ol’ mail sans social security number, I still feel weird about cavalierly tossing it, especially when it prominently features my name, address, and/or any other personal information.
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Inhabitat

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Creative co-working giant WeWork and acclaimed architecture firm Bjarke Ingels Group have teamed up to reimagine education starting with the launch of WeGrow, a new school in the heart of New York City that encourages education through play. Designed for children between three and nine years of age, the light-filled learning landscape is a tactile environment filled with custom-made curved architecture and movable furnishings. The theme of nature runs throughout and can be seen everywhere from the woodsy palette of timber surfaces and shades of green to the Laufen-tiled vertical garden filled with leafy plants.
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Design Curial

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With arts education at school level massively depleted and deprioritised, art galleries in the UK and Europe are filling that gap with an exciting range of engagement and education activities aimed at broadening and diversifying who gets to talk about – and make – art. Veronica Simpson reports
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Creative Review

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It’s degree show season, and students all over the country have begun exhibiting their best work. At CR we’re passionate about supporting new talent and will make our way to as many shows as possible to look for outstanding work and innovative ideas.

Here’s a list of shows taking place across the country over the next couple of months. Click on the university name to visit each website. If your degree show or one you know of hasn’t been listed here please leave a comment below and we’ll add it in.

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Dezeen

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With Clerkenwell Design Week kicking off tomorrow, Dezeen's Natashah Hitti picks out six of the best installations to see, including a pop-up street of pink townhouses and a pavilion made from layers of interwoven string.
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Design Milk

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Bigger, better and with more design than ever, the ninth edition of Clerkenwell Design Week opens its doors from May 22-24, 2018. London’s leading design district will be buzzing with hundreds of design-led fringe events, showroom presentations, workshops, talks and installations over the three days of the festival.
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BBC

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Image copyright Felice Frankel / Chelsea TurnerImage caption Artwork: the kagome metal is an electrically conducting crystal, made from layers of iron and tin atoms Researchers have produced a metal with exotic electrical properties by mimicking a pattern from Japanese basket-weaving.
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Smashing Magazine

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What is a product? Until recently, the term was used only in relation to something material and often found in a retail store. Nowadays, it is coming to mean digital products as well. Apps and websites are modern products.

When it comes to building great products, design is the most important “feature.” We’ve moved into the stage where product design dominates — it’s what sets companies apart and gives a real edge over competitors.

Whether you’re a designer, developer, product manager, program manager, marketing manager or project manager, it’s essential to understand (and have a reference guide to) the product development process in order to create your best work.

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Communal spaces available to the future residents of Zaha Hadid Architects' 520 West 28th project in New York's Chelsea are revealed in these images, which show a skylit swimming pool, a striated IMAX theatre and a bright gymnasium.
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Design Curial

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Patrick Brill — better known as the artist Bob and Roberta Smith — is on a mission to turn the seaside town of Folkestone into an art school for all, for its fourth Art Triennial and beyond. Inspired by the parlous state of the UK’s art education system, what lessons does he hope it will provide for the wider world?

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