A new book and exhibition from Place Press celebrates the pioneering work of Roberto Burle Marx – the landscape architect and artist who transformed Rio’s Copacabana district – and explores how creative thinking can transform our relationship with urban spaces
In the five years since becoming director, Caroline Baumann has turned Cooper Hewitt’s visitor demographic upside down, re-establishing it as New York’s go-to authority for design. She discusses how she reinvented the museum, and why approachability is the future for design
From a campaign that combats plastic to a magazine dedicated to the stories of migrants, the 2018 Beazley Designs of the Year exhibition is fully embracing creativity for good. But how many of the projects will reach the real world?
Conceived by the creators of the London Design Festival, the second edition of the event is based on the theme of ‘emotional states’, and will see contributions from more than 40 countries, cities and other territories
If a comic book came to life, it might look something like indie game Sable, which immerses players in a world of sand, sky, and imaginary architecture. Here, creator Shedworks explains why gaming needs a new visual language
Following the first edition of the Birmingham Design Festival last month, we speak to co-directors Daniel Alcorn and Luke Tonge about not having a life for nine months, plane-related near disasters and giving the city’s creative community something to shout about
Housed in a spectacular three-part collage cover, the June/July issue of CR features the inspiring stories of How I Got Here from eight brilliant creatives. Plus we announce this year’s Creative Leaders 50
In a fascinating marriage of digital, tech, architecture and product, AKQA has taken a majority shareholding in the pair’s architecture, interior and product design consultancies