American glass and ceramics artist Shayna Leif is, very unfortunately, allergic to a long list of food ingredients which makes it impossible for her to indulge in cakes and desserts.
Inspiration can come from the most unexpected places, such as the kitchen of Ukranian patisserie artist Dinara Kasko.
Dutch artist Lizan Freijsen is obsessed with stains.
The team at Design School Kolding had created what looked like a supermarket on a quiet street in the Ventura-Lambrate district of Milan during the Milan Design Week.
The team at Anotherview has created a series of evocative artworks with films of window views from locations around the world.
Products come and products go, but what is the best way to preserve the beloved but outdated brands and products of yester-year?
Ever wish you could breathe new life into old ceramic plates?
As winter closes in, what better way to lift the spirits than to see the creme de la creme of design art in sunny Miami?
Hot on the heels of the 50 Manga Chairs launched at Salone del Mobile in Milan, Nendo has created another intriguing display which uses frames to demonstrate the power of human imagination.
Micro-flats might be all the rage but the Grand Beedapest Hotel takes micro-living to a whole new level.
There is much sculpturally shaped furniture around but sculptures as furniture are somewhat harder to find.
We live in the age of big data where sometimes truth and emotional significance can be buried in a mountain of information.
In these days of technological abundance we often take for granted that all the devices around us should just work, even though few people really knows what powers them.
Great design is often invisible as the functionality of the product is so well engineered that users take them completely for granted.
Nestling in the grounds of the Royal Fort Gardens in Bristol is a remarkable art installation which tells the story of trees and mankind's relationship with nature.
Great design ideas build great brands, a principle embraced by Honda with their latest design concept to promote driverless vehicles.
The passage of time affects everybody but rarely do we reflect on what this means.
As the Autumn Winter 2016 women's collections draw to a close, we look back on the whirlwind tour that took fashionistas from New York to Paris via London and Milan.
A few years ago the world was hit by the washi tape craze, where masking tape in a proliferation of colours and patterns are used to decorate just about every surface, promising endless creativity as long as one is willing to get down and sticky.
2016 has gone off to a shaky start with big losses on the stock markets, oil prices in free fall and persistent security fears.
We are not great drinkers here at Do but this award-winning whisky from Italy, the first ever from the land of great design, has proven to be irresistible.
Artist Victor Enrich is fascinated by cities, which he documents through his extensively manipulated photographs.
Here in the UK we are known for our obsession with the weather.
Visitors to Montreal now have an extra reason to brave the cold and visit the Place des Festivals, at the heart of the Quartier des Spectacles in Montreal.
Seen through the lens of Dallas-based photographer Nikola Olic, the structure of monolithic office blocks appear abstract and graceful.
The latest food trend in Japan is apparently sushi in the shape of koi carp and we love it!
The Mass project is an ingenious installation by photographer Carson Davis Brown, who takes items from supermarkets and other large stores and arrange them artfully in the middle of the aisles.
There is something poetic and mesmerising about clocks, the way the hands move languidly across the clock face as they mark the passage of time.
Massimo Bottura, chef-proprietor of the highly acclaimed Osteria Francescana in Modena, is a creative genius who has elevated contemporary Italian cuisine to an art.
Food, we have been told, is the key to everyone's heart.
Few materials embody heritage as well as textiles do, and few textiles are as loaded with tradition as rugs are.
Iris van Herpen is perhaps the most original fashion designer who you have never heard of, though to call her a fashion designer is like calling Jonny Ive a mere computer designer.
There are few things as universal as the human desire to eat, preferably well.
Throughout the ages buildings have often been seen as phallic symbols (just look at the Gherkin).
Last night during dinner, whilst our fingers were doing the usual dance moves on the TV remote control, we unexpectedly came across the first episode of The Great Pottery Throw Down on the trusty BBC iPlayer.
In the UK, poppies have long been associated with remembering the war dead.
The evils of plastic bags are well rehearsed, but there seems to be no consensus on what is the best way to solve the problem.
Winter is almost here... As the days get shorter and the tan begins to fade, the best cure for the winter blues is to book a holiday at a luxury spa retreat.
At a time when books are increasingly supplanted by tablets and the internet, The Public Collection is just the kind of initiative to put some excitement back into the age-old media of ink and paper.
Copenhagen has long been the destination of choice for design lovers and the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, situated just outside the city, is a gem not to be missed.
Interior spaces of all sizes are an endless source of design inspiration, but surely none could be as small and yet as spectacular as the miniature interior scene sets at the Musée Cinéma et Miniature in Lyon.