As a new immersive exhibition opens at National Trust property Fenton House in London, we talk to NTL creative director Joseph Watson about how his department is experimenting with new ways of approaching historical buildings and heritage, and why it recently focused its attention on Croydon.
A new museum opens in France next week that combines physical replicas of the Lascaux cave system with augmented reality – the latest cultural project to use digital innovation to help protect fragile archaeological finds
A launch party packed with powerful, influential people and a spectacular new home are a ringing endorsement of design’s potential
On October 8, France inaugurated its first national graphic design centre, Le Signe (the Symbol), in Chaumont. For CR, Jean Grogan reports back on the potential – and symbolism – of this significant new space.
Sir Paul Smith, David Adjaye, Zoë Wanamaker and Marion Deuchars are among an impressive array of figures from across the creative industries appearing on a new website developed by Paul Brazier to inspire and inform young people
The Parisian creative industries are on the march, to the eastern edge of the city. The latest arrival is BETC Paris, arguably the city’s foremost ad agency, which has a spectacular new office space in Pantin. Within, it hopes to change the face of the advertising industry, in France and beyond
The inaugural London Biennale explores the theme of utopia – via a Beirut street scene, a wish machine and a giant weather vane. There is much to see, but the show is frustratingly hit and miss