Three Spanish design studios create pieces for public spaces, designed to help people encounter and rediscover nature.
SLOW Spain: Slow design for fast change brings together the work of 17 students selected from nine design schools in Spain.
External Review follows, and celebrates, the entire design process with the purpose of shared learning.
The Home of Hans Bølling presents new furniture from visionary Danish architect, Hans Bølling.
Perpetuum Mobile brings together recreations of furniture pieces and objects by acclaimed Spanish designer and architect, Enric Miralles.
Seven South African designers create a piece that fully encapsulates the themes of sustainability, longevity, and quality.
Created in collaboration with Riva 1920, A seat at the Table aims to discover emerging design talent from Italy.
AHEC has teamed up with 9 young designers to create an object that reflects their approach towards “slow design for fast change”.
Designposts brings a series of wooden sculptures to the streets of London, each capturing the spirit of the festival's design districts.
In an ongoing collaboration with Rycotewood Furniture, AHEC has challenged students to create a storage piece using American red oak.
Young Vietnamese designers unleash their creative design talent using American hardwood to provide versatility, durability and aesthetic.
REMAKE challenges five Indian furniture designers to remake their designs using American hardwoods.