Design for Ukraine

Design for Ukraine

Everyone has watched in disbelief as the innocent people of Ukraine are targeted in an unnecessary war. We at Design Diary have been hoping to come across an effort in our industry that will generate aid so we could promote the opportunity. This week Design Miami/ announced they have launched Design for Ukraine, a fundraising

Clouds by Bouroullec Designs

Bouroullec Designs Exhibition Opens Soon

From November 20, 2021, through May 30, 2022, the Philadelphia Museum of Art will present Circus: Bouroullec Designs, featuring the work of the brothers Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec. We’ve followed their partnership as product designers for many years, our first introduction to their out-of-the-box thinking during the initial Design Miami/ fair. As you can see from

Alexander Lamont handmade

Alexander Lamont on Iconic Design

When the highly esteemed designer Alexander Lamont asks the question, “What makes a design iconic?” you know the answer is going to be soulfully authentic. Though many product designers pay lip-service to what they believe should stand the test of time, Lamont dives deeper on the subject: “As well as being unique and impactful, an

a universal glaze that becomes an asymmetrical design element

Asymmetrical Design Elements Stateside

As promised in our last Design Diary entry, which featured asymmetrical design elements and furnishings with organic shapes being exhibited around the world, we’re taking a look at what we’ve seen stateside that fits into these interesting categories. Why the fascination with the uneven in interiors? As Cecil Adams, the VP of Creative at Currey