An ambitious year-long programme, HP Mars Home Planet will use virtual reality to simulate what a human population of one million could look like on Mars
A knitted pussy hat, on-air branding for the Premier League and Pokemon Go are among the designs shortlisted for the Beazley Designs of the Year award
Random International’s Zoological installation sees a flock of airborne drones take up residence at London’s Roundhouse. They put on an enthralling, at times unsettling, show: but can tech ever move us like nature does?
Casson Mann’s reworking of the Natural History Museum’s vast Hintze Hall sees new displays working with the architecture of the building – and a blue whale skeleton installed as its centrepiece
New Order has taken over Stage 1 at Old Granada Studios in Manchester as part of this year’s Manchester International Festival. The band is performing a series of intimate gigs there which feature a 12-piece synth orchestra, and an elaborate light experience created by artist Liam Gillick. We talked to Gillick about creating a “concert machine” for the band.
Last month, CR organised a roundtable discussion on the subject of wellbeing at work, the results of which will inform our forthcoming report on this area of creative workplace design. We also want to know about your experiences – via a survey
The Japanese House: Architecture and Life after 1945 celebrates Japan’s distinctive and experimental domestic architecture
Creative festival Design Indaba returns to Cape Town next week with talks from designers, artists and digital entrepreneurs as well as a music, film and exhibition programme
Raven Row’s exhibition of work from The Ulm School of Design closes this weekend – but if you haven’t had a chance to see it in London, we have a great selection of images of the show below
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