Feast of Flesh

Feast of Flesh

British designer Faye Toogood channels an unapologetic female energy into a Milan exhibition that celebrates the shapes and sexuality of the human body. D/A UK catches up with the designer to discuss her creative evolution
Inherited Wealth

Inherited Wealth

Under the tagline “powered by love,” London-based architect Amos Goldreich launches a collection of furniture in Milan that pays homage to the creative output of his late parents, pulled from an extraordinary archive
Andrea Mancuso Q&A

Andrea Mancuso Q&A

Andrea Mancuso of Analogia Project’s work is a must see in Milan, with new furniture, an experiential culinary collaboration and imaginative interventions within the city’s luxury flagships. DA/UK caught up with him
Milan Design Week 2024 Preview Part I

Milan Design Week 2024 Preview Part I

Italy’s northern powerhouse city hosts the largest design happening in the world in April. From global brands to avant-garde emerging designers, it’s all here – and with D/A UK’s guide to the week, you’ll know where to go. Stay tuned for part II
A Modern Pastoral

A Modern Pastoral

A 17th-century tithe barn, extended and remodelled by architects McLaren Excell, where the historical fabric is in dialogue with an industrial material palette
Connecting Threads

Connecting Threads

Copenhagen rug brand Linie Design's two-level flagship showroom by Norm Architects unfolds like a story, with a recurring material palette as the link that holds it together
At Home with Art

At Home with Art

One of Shoreditch's most atmospheric buildings hosts a weekend-long contemporary art show exploring what it means to be an artist in the capital
No Stone Unturned

No Stone Unturned

Inspired by the historic boundary walls that criss-crossed its land, this Catskills home by Elizabeth Roberts Architects is naturally anchored to its surroundings
Vive La Différence

Vive La Différence

Clever layout changes plus a warm and characterful approach to the interior have seen this Haussmannian apartment in Paris transformed by Atelier OLK
Floor Flourish

Floor Flourish

With ongoing collaborations and a new London showroom opening, luxury rug company Tai Ping are manifesting their presence on the global stage
Retro Recreation

Retro Recreation

Orso Hotels’ Wallace is a joyful gem tucked away in Paris’ unassuming 15th arrondissement, elevated by Hauvette & Madani’s spirited take on the Riviera heyday
Collect 2024 Preview

Collect 2024 Preview

The Crafts Council's prestigious show of contemporary makers at Somerset House is 20 years old. If you're heading to the fair, here are some of DA/UK's highlights
Cultural Currency

Cultural Currency

Channelling a vibrant hedonistic spirit while also providing a calm away from the chaos of the Marrakech’s medina, Izza is a hotel like no other – with an art collection to rival any contemporary gallery
Radical Abstraction

Radical Abstraction

Turner Contemporary’s first historical retrospective is an energetic survey of postwar abstract art made by women, full of provocation, experimentation and possibility – as well as tales of underlying discrimination
Grounded & Nurtured

Grounded & Nurtured

Architect Oliver Du Puy has drawn on both his European roots and his work in Japan to create this sanctuary-like home from a handsome Victorian terrace in Melbourne
Attua Aparicio Q&A

Attua Aparicio Q&A

The 2024 winner of the Design Museum’s Ralph Saltzman Prize for young makers, Attua Aparicio talks to DA/UK about experimentation, her approach to materials – and why she was surprised to win
Marbera Q&A

Marbera Q&A

Laura Torregrossa set up Marbera to bring a sculptural, contemporary edge to stone furniture, from candy pink onyx to textural travertine. Here, she explains why stone is “nature’s art”
Boutique Baroque

Boutique Baroque

Assisted by a slew of talented craftspeople, shoe designer Christian Louboutin creates his first hospitality project, a small, story-filled hotel on Portugal’s Alentejo coast
Catalyst for Creativity

Catalyst for Creativity

Once a storage space in a 1970s block, architect Georgios Apostolopoulos has created a light, minimal office for his own studio in Athens that encourages openness and collaboration
Pause for Reflection

Pause for Reflection

Norm Architects’ lakeside holiday villas for Ästad Vingård, an organic Swedish vineyard and resort, calmly and seamlessly integrate with their waterside location
Living Proof

Living Proof

Five years on from its founding, biodesign lab Faber Futures has launched an online platform for bringing its nature-derived products directly to the consumer
Tree Talk

Tree Talk

Back with a fourth season, AHEC’s enlightening podcast Words on Wood delves deep into today’s timber realities to uncover unexpected directions for design
Fade In

Fade In

Grandly baroque from the outside but earthy and natural within, Puglia’s Casa Soleto, restored by Studio Andrew Trotter, has had a modern-rustic renaissance
Art Homecoming

Art Homecoming

When Covid broke out, two French curators quickly discovered that people needed and wanted more art at home. From there they launched Canopy Collections – a digital gallery and 'analogue' art advisory on a mission to demystify the buying process
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