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Bill Moggridge, a British industrial designer who designed an early portable computer with the flip-open shape that is common today, has died. He was 69.
Francisco Costa has waited _ patiently _ to make his big splash.
New York City's Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum is announcing that it has raised $54 million to renovate its Upper East Side mansion.
For 16-year-old Princess Lawrence, it was dizzying to be one of 15 high school students invited to the White House as Michelle Obama honored the winners of the National Design Awards.
Michelle Obama teamed up with TV's Tim Gunn on Tuesday to honor the nation's top designers at the White House for innovations ranging from fashion and architecture to the realm of new computer fonts and floor-cleaning products.
Remember that colorful Fiesta dinnerware on your mom's or grandma's dinner table? How about her Baby Brownie camera? Or that heavy, black telephone? Those and several other classics of American design are featured on a new set of postage stamps being issued Wednesday.
A century ago, Sonia Delaunay and her husband, Robert, were brash young innovators in the avant-garde art world of Paris, exploring the idea that contrasting colors could be used to create a sense of movement and rhythm in art.