The fifth UX Copenhagen, a two day conference for professionals working with and around User Experience Design, will be held March 18-19 at the CfL.
Sally Storey from John Cullen Lighting, renowned interior designer Maurizio Pellizzoni, Maeve Doyle from Maddox Gallery and George Khachfe from Poliform have partnered to deliver an exclusive talk entitled "Art Inspiring Design: How To Collect, Position and Light". The talk with be moderated by Ben Spriggs, Editor of ELLE Decoration.
Future London Academy's 2019 Design Thinking and Innovation Week will be held March 18-22. The week offers a unique program for creative entrepreneurs, designers and business owners - introducing attendees to London's most innovative businesses and uncovering the latest approaches to design thinking and innovation.
Home Futures exhibition will explore the radical domestic visions of the 20th century and compare them with the latest innovations in domestic living to question whether yesterday's fantasies have become today's reality.
The 2019 Architectural Digest Design Show will be held on March 21-24 in NYC at Piers 92 & 94 on the west side. The event is one of the only global design trade shows that offers consumers a glimpse into the world of interiors.
The conversation - hosted by Eran Chen, Founding Principal of ODA and David van der Leer, Principal of DVDL Design Decisions - will reveal the forces, theories and histories that have transformed New York City over the past decade.
The 2019 Light Space Design summit will be held on March 29 at the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre.
The SEGD Branded Environments event returns to the Digital Signage Expo in Las Vegas for the third year in a row. Once again, the event will feature a diverse lineup of speakers, tour offerings and opportunities to connect with fellow participants as well as the local design community.
Join the IDSA San Francisco Chapter to unlock the secrets on how to start and run a successful design consultancy.
The 2019 Digital Signage Expo (DSE), the world's largest international trade show and educational conference dedicated to digital displays, interactive technology and digital communications networks, will be held March 26-29, 2019 at the Las Vegas Convention Center.
The Right Kind of Wrong: Inside the Facebook Analog Research Lab is a public exhibition featuring the posters, printed matter and installation work from the Lab.
With their exhibition project SAGMEISTER & WALSH: Beauty, Stefan Sagmeister and Jessica Walsh make a visually impressive multimedia plea for us to take delight in beauty. Spreading across the entire MAK, their exhibition investigates why people feel attracted to beauty, how they can deal with it, and which positive effects beauty can have.
The Road Ahead: Reimagining Mobility will feature 40 projects that explore salient topics around the future of mobility and the urban environment.
The 2019 DesignMarch, Iceland's annual design festival, will take place for the eleventh time on March 28-31, 2019.
The one-day event revolves around gathering global design stars, UX leaders, aspiring designers and UX teams, developing networking opportunities with top professionals - creative directors, product managers, founders and leaders of the industry.
The 12-day citywide design festival, Boston Design Week, is returning March 27 - April 7 for its Sixth Annual run. Themes will span across the entire design spectrum to provide an insightful, provocative, and diverse experience.
75 quality dealers from all over Europe will return to Amsterdam on April 6 + 7, bringing their finest vintage design pieces from the 1930s - 1980s.
Coverings is the largest global tile & stone exposition in North America, providing a stage for the most innovative products, tools, and machinery on the market.
The 2019 edition, titled "Leading with Light," will see the globally renowned Japanese design firm Rhizomatiks present an immersive display that combines playful and dynamic lighting with advanced robotics.
LOOT 2019 will feature the work of fifty-five emerging and acclaimed international jewelry artists and designers, most of whom have never been shown in New York.
The exhibition will feature the prolific body of work Rams has produced - from radios, clocks, and cameras to kitchen appliances and furniture - and will examine the longevity and impact of his design philosophies.
The 2019 Salone del Mobile.Milano, the world's preeminent design fair, will be held April 9-14 at Rho Fiera Milano.
Pleasure & Treasure will showcase a wide range of products from the field of Austrian interior design - from home accessories such as table mirrors to office furniture, tableware and lighting.
Tell Me More by Rapt Studio explores the intersection of spatial experience and emotional connection, offering visitors the opportunity to experience a microcosm of a Rapt-designed environment.
Type Directors Club's 'The World's Best Typography' exhibition is coming to Auckland, New Zealand. Direct from its New York showing, TDC64 Auckland will showcase an exciting, culturally diverse range of award-winning work from 36 countries.
RIBA's latest exhibition offers visitors an experiential opportunity to find out more about some of the UK's new and inspiring community architecture projects.
Opening on March 15 at Hudson Yards, the exhibition will encourage visitors to lose themselves in a labyrinth of massive, inhabitable columns, some of which are large enough to occupy and many of which offer unique audible, visual, and tactile experiences.
The 2019 FITC Toronto, a globally recognized industry event showcasing the best the world has to offer in design, digital development, media and innovation in creative technologies, will be held April 29-May 1 at the Hilton Toronto hotel in Ontario, Canada.
The 2019 Venice International Art Fair will be held at The Room Contemporary Art Space and in Palazzo Ca' Zanardi, from April 11 to May 3. The Fair is a contemporary art exhibition that features collective and solo projects by leading and emerging international artists.
Visitors to Unclaimed find themselves in a 'surreal lost property office' filled with everyday objects that tell the story of ageing today, from talking shoes and books that read to you to binoculars that allow you to see through someone else's eyes.