On Friday, we collaborated with Tom Dixon and Austrian lighting brand Prolicht to launch Code, a new collection of stripped-back LED track lights. Read about the lights here, watch a live interview with Dixon and Prolicht CEO Walter Norz above, or scroll down for the rest of our VDF content.
An elevator that facilitates awkwardness and an urban-farming capsule hotel are among the projects presented in this Virtual Design Festival school show by interior design graduates from New York's Pratt Institute. More
Tom Dixon and Prolicht CEO Walter Norz speak to Dezeen live about the stripped-back LED lighting product they launched at VDF today. Watch the broadcast from 12 noon UK time. More
Digital household companions and tableware that caters for multi-sensory dining experiences are among the products exhibited in this Virtual Design Festival school show by Edinburgh College of Art product design students. More
Rainlight founder Yorgo Lykouria explains how a modular furniture system called BoxLife allows users to organise their living spaces, in a video produced by Dezeen for Scavolini as part of Virtual Design Festival. More
In the second part of our VDF collaboration with film-makers Laura Mark and Jim Stephenson, we screen the first episode of the duo's Practice series, in which architect Piers Taylor of Invisible Studio explains why he built his own house in the woods. More
Hans Ulrich Obrist, Frida Escobedo, Stefano Boeri and others took part in this panel discussion about the relationship between art and architecture organised by Therme Art as part of Virtual Design Festival today. More
VDF studio profiles: Simone de Gale Architects is a London-based practice that works not just in building and interior design, but has also developed new material technology for the military and secured a masterplan project in Tbilisi, Georgia. More