AGENCY principals Ersela Kripa and Stephen Mueller will present recent work that reveals emerging-and often invisible-forces which erode public space and degrade democracy.
Whilst the world wakes up to how damaging plastics are to our environment, Makerversity questions what a world without industrial waste would look like.
Emma Gullick, Associate Creative Director of Phoenix Wharf, will give a talk on 'Liquid Retail: How brands can meet unpredictable, ever-changing consumer needs and behaviour' on the opening day of Kind und Jugend 2018.
The Norman Foster Foundation's Urban Mobility Workshop will focus on new urban technologies and how these could open up an exciting range of opportunities in which the infrastructure of movement and the architecture of buildings can physically merge together.
The aim of this new design-led conference is to establish a forum for brand research and discussion, putting Design (both as a process and a humanist approach) at its core as one of the most relevant disciplines of branding itself
The Industrial Designers Society of America's 2018 International Design Conference will take place September 19–22 in New Orleans, LA. The conference aims to celebrate the diversity, overlap and undeniable power of design.
The 24rd edition of the 100% Design will be held September 19-22 in Olympia, London. This year, 100% Design will return to its roots, championing new design talents and emerging names alongside a roster of industry favorites and new innovators.
As, Not For is an incomplete historical survey of work created by African-American graphic designers over the last century.
The 2018 London Design Fair will take place September 20-23 in the one and only Old Truman Brewery. The Fair provides a valuable forum for showcasing international design and will host 13 country pavilions this year, surpassing previous years.
Now in its eighth year, designjunction is set to transport to the cultural hub of London's South Bank with a showcase of world-class design for the annual London Design Festival in September 2018.
London Design Fair's second Material of the Year exhibition features four studios going above and beyond conventional recycling techniques.
Cityx, the Future Cities Expo from Future Cities Catapult, will take place September 25-27 in London. The event will present a unique opportunity to dive into the priority challenges facing today's cities.
Pursuit of the Future exhibition features the designs of the legendary fashion futurist Pierre Cardin.
The Form of Simplicity exhibition will present examples of how the principle of simplicity influences the form of products and helps to increase quality of life.
The 12th annual Sydney Architecture Festival invites Sydneysiders to get behind some of our most iconic buildings and ask: what makes a building truly great? 2018 is a supernova for milestones in Australian architecture.
On October 4th, Toronto chapter of the Society for Experiential Graphic Design will host studio members from aftermodern.Lab (Toronto/Calgary), Float4 (Montreal/New York) and Reich+Petch International (Toronto) as they dive deep to explore the role of PLAY in their work; from inspiration and ideation through process and outcomes.
The 4th Annual Smart Work Space Design Summit, an experience-based event bringing together those who strive for better workspaces, will be held October 4-5 in Amsterdam, Netherlands. The two-day event consists of an exhibition space, two conferences, workshops and many interactive sessions.
Azzedine Alaïa: The Couturier explores the late designer's unique creative talent and the timeless beauty of his work.
RIBA has commissioned Sam Jacob Studio to create a new exhibition that explores how perspective drawing has been applied to the art of building for centuries and used as a tool to evoke illusory architectural spaces.
The third international Torino Graphic Days, an international festival dedicated to visual communication, will be held October 11-14 in Turin. Four days of workshops, talks, performances, exhibitions and a market fair will bring to Turin the best of the visual design field.
THE ARTS+ "Future of Culture Festival" will take place at the Frankfurter Buchmesse from October 10 - 14, 2018 in Hall 4.1. Core theme of the event is 'the transformation of culture and creativity by digitalization.'
OFFF TLV, the second annual international visual design festival, will take place October 14-15 at the Tel Aviv Museum of Art.
The 2018 Adobe MAX Creativity Conference will be held October 15-17 in Los Angeles. MAX is the annual gathering of over 12,000 graphic, web, and multi-disciplinary designers; creative and art directors; film, video, and motion graphics pros; photographers; and creative leaders.
SCCI Architecture Hub is a vibrant new platform exploring the best contemporary ideas on architecture and its intersections with culture, society, literature, art and technology.
The 10th Architecture & Design Film Festival NY will run from October 16-21 with filmmaker Q&As, panel discussions, pop-up installations, and 30+ films.
The 26th international Biennale Interieur will be held October 18 to 22 in Kortrijk Xpo. The event will host more than 200 national and international brands, presentations and product launches, installations and talks, the Interieur Awards and the Designer of the Year competition.
Organized by FITC, 'Ideas in Motion' is an exploration of the concepts and design behind worldbuilding within broadcast and film. The one day event will give attendees insight on working on projects from 30 second commercial spots to feature film projects.
DesignThinkers Toronto 2018, a must-attend event for forward-thinking communications design professionals, will be held October 24-25 at the Sony Centre for the Performing Arts & St. Lawrence Centre.
The first retrospective exhibition for creative agency will take visitors through an exploration of visual communication design with a selection of two-dimensional posters, spatial representations, material objects and social experiments, amongst other techniques.
The Senses: Design Beyond Vision exhibition features work by more than 65 designers and teams to examine how multisensory design amplifies everyone's ability to receive information and solve problems, including those with sensory disabilities.