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Leelee Chan is the ninth BMW Art Journey winner

Why businesses should support the arts post-pandemic

As head of BMW’s cultural engagement Thomas Girst is deeply passionate about arts and ideas. He involves the company in interesting projects which not only help the artists and institutions, but the partnerships also subtly boost BMW’s brand image externally and internally

From post-opulence to pos-hedonism, meet the new age of luxury

As Bannenberg & Rowell reveal the latest Estrade motor yacht, Dickie Bannenberg, one half of the celebrated London yacht studio, says post-hedonism will define post-pandemic yacht design

Rolls-Royce Phantom Rose

Is the future of luxury defined by post-opulence?

Alex Innes head of Rolls-Royce Coachbuild Design calls the post-coronavirus pandemic luxury landscape post-opulence

As Ford design manager, in the 1970s and 80s Mimi Vandermolen helped pioneer an ergonomic approach to interior car design such as in the

From ‘Me Too’ to ‘Black Lives Matter’, How the car industry could do better

How the modern car industry should address deep rooted race and gender inequalities as highlighted by the ‘Me Too’ and ‘Black Lives Matter’ campaigns

Iris by Arturo Tedeschi

Can computational design, using VR, AI, and gaming, advance design?

How can the design community work with computational design – utilising VR, AI, and video gaming – to help advance the design process and create complex forms

What some carmakers have been up to in the time of the coronavirus

From rose-breeding to honeymaking, origami competitions and car tattoos – see what some carmakers have been up to in the time of the coronavirus

The F1 haute perfume by Ross Lovegrove

An interview with industrial designer Ross Lovegrove

Ross Lovegrove, the London-based industrial designer, discusses the process of creating a perfume bottle inspired by the cockpit cocooning a driver in an F1 racing car

Time for change after the coronavirus pandemic

The coronavirus pandemic offers the chance of renewal for there is so much to learn from this monumental episode: rethinking our cities, our working lives, how we consume, how we communicate, how we are governed.

Seat's medical respiratory devices

Covid-19: When industry, science, engineering, design join forces

Industry, science, engineering, design have join forces to help the battle against Covid-19; working together and with modern manufacturing methods, they are collectively inventing, producing and distributing urgent medical respiratory devices and PPE

A big salute to Spring

Celebrating the Persian new year of Nowruz, for it welcomes the possibilities of change

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Leelee Chan is the ninth BMW Art Journey winner

Why businesses should support the arts post-pandemic

As head of BMW’s cultural engagement Thomas Girst is deeply passionate about arts and ideas. He involves the company in interesting projects which not only help the artists and institutions, but the partnerships also subtly boost BMW’s brand image externally and internally

From post-opulence to pos-hedonism, meet the new age of luxury

As Bannenberg & Rowell reveal the latest Estrade motor yacht, Dickie Bannenberg, one half of the celebrated London yacht studio, says post-hedonism will define post-pandemic yacht design

Rolls-Royce Phantom Rose

Is the future of luxury defined by post-opulence?

Alex Innes head of Rolls-Royce Coachbuild Design calls the post-coronavirus pandemic luxury landscape post-opulence

As Ford design manager, in the 1970s and 80s Mimi Vandermolen helped pioneer an ergonomic approach to interior car design such as in the

From ‘Me Too’ to ‘Black Lives Matter’, How the car industry could do better

How the modern car industry should address deep rooted race and gender inequalities as highlighted by the ‘Me Too’ and ‘Black Lives Matter’ campaigns

Iris by Arturo Tedeschi

Can computational design, using VR, AI, and gaming, advance design?

How can the design community work with computational design – utilising VR, AI, and video gaming – to help advance the design process and create complex forms

What some carmakers have been up to in the time of the coronavirus

From rose-breeding to honeymaking, origami competitions and car tattoos – see what some carmakers have been up to in the time of the coronavirus