Rare Find

Rare Find

Orso Hotels join creative forces with vintage furnituremarketplace Selency to redesign a boutique hotel and log cabin in the heart of Paris
Nordic Knots Q&A

Nordic Knots Q&A

Nordic Knots believes that at the centre of every Swedish home is a good rug – and aims to take that ethos much further afield. Co-founder Liza Laserow explains more about its latest collection, inspired by the early-20th-century Swedish Grace movement
Spanish Minimalism

Spanish Minimalism

In Barcelona, an interior designer and a ceramicist combine their talent to create a dream-like home studio
Emotional Support

Emotional Support

Covet & Noir's interior design for private mental health clinic The Soke instils a sense of homeliness and calm into a therapeutic space
Revolution of Forms Q&A

Revolution of Forms Q&A

As online design emporium Revolution of Forms opens a Shoreditch pop-up selling hand-crafted Mexican homewares, Design Anthology UK spoke to its founder, Raffaella Goffredi, about ancient traditions translated into contemporary design
In the Family

In the Family

Combining three apartments into one elegant space was the challenge that Caprini & Pellerin Architectes met for a family flat in the French Riviera
Bold Minimalism

Bold Minimalism

Nobu’s new London flagship hotel and restaurant is a feast of vivid colour and a Japanese sensibility thanks to David Collins Studio and Make Architects
London Design Biennale 2021

London Design Biennale 2021

Anchored by creative director Es Devlin's courtyard 'forest' at Somerset House, the biennale is as much about boundary-free thinking as it is individual countries' design traditions
Portable Sculpture

Portable Sculpture

A new show at the Henry Moore Institute in Leeds is challenging the monolithic, immovable preconceptions associated with sculpture by presenting works that, by design, can be packed up, taken down and moved on
Regional Accent

Regional Accent

French interior architect Pierre Yovanovitch launches his own furniture and lighting brand, with a debut collection of 45 pieces intended to be "loved and lived with for a lifetime"
Urban Mining

Urban Mining

How the creative director of MWAI architects renovated her Edwardian flat with off-cuts and reclaimed materials sourced from around London
Common Ground

Common Ground

"Ethical dining" lands in Mayfair with the opening of Native at Browns, where design studio Red Deer is in charge of uniting food and fashion, with a crafted edge
Art from the Loom

Art from the Loom

A name synonymous with mid-century American design, rug company Edward Fields stewards a remarkable archive, as a new capsule collection shows
Soft Reopening

Soft Reopening

LABS' sensitive reinvention of Holborn's Victoria House into flexible workspace mixes solemn neoclassical grandeur with material warmth
Seize the Day

Seize the Day

Faye Toogood uses light – or the lack of – as a springboard for new work at the NGV Triennial
Mix It Up

Mix It Up

This Moscow pied-à-terre by young talent, Alexandra Potapova, is an intentional blend of constructivism and Scandi style
Quiet Influence

Quiet Influence

The young duo behind Heju Studio transformed this classic French home into a tranquil and timeless space with Japanese references
Jewel Box

Jewel Box

Achille Salvagni Atelier reveals its elegant, new London space designed to delight the senses
All is Calm

All is Calm

Design firm Elicyon injects some soul into a warm-toned South Bank apartment by looking to the area's industrial heritage for inspiration
Meanwhile in Hackney

Meanwhile in Hackney

Architectural studio Turner Works has designed a group of buildings that can support local businesses for at least 12 years, then be completely recycled
Culture Stop

Culture Stop

An abandoned townhouse in Athens has been restored to be one part b&b, one part art gallery – depending on what month of the year you go
Centre Stage

Centre Stage

Lipton Plant Architects reimagines a parkside apartment as a theatrical experience – one that is beautifully crafted, whether you're front or back of house
Delicate Detail

Delicate Detail

The recycled glass sculptures created by Costa Rican artist Juli Bolaños-Durman exude a genuine sense of joy
Curated Eclectic

Curated Eclectic

London-born, New York-based designer Anna Karlin transformed a four-bedroom unit in the Upper West Side into a curated, glamorous home
Colour Clash

Colour Clash

In colour and form, Office S&M’s Mo-tel House is a far cry from the average London townhouse refurbishment
Making Waves

Making Waves

Dutch interior architects i29 create an angular floating home in Amsterdam as part of a sustainable housing scheme
On Reflection

On Reflection

Using colour, mirrors and warm materials such as timber and brass, architect Ben Allen has changed an early brutalist maisonette in Bethnal Green into a homely sanctuary
Yinka Ilori Q&A

Yinka Ilori Q&A

With public realm projects on hold, the colour- and pattern-centric designer has pivoted to bring out a homewares collection – and it all started with a pair of socks...
Albion Nord Q&A

Albion Nord Q&A

Interior design studio Albion Nord's work on two townhouses at the redeveloped Chelsea Barracks has resulted in a collection of British-made furniture and homewares inspired by the project. Creative director Camilla Clarke explains what makes this young practice tick
Bring the Drama

Bring the Drama

Kelly Wearstler takes the “fiercely local narrative” of Proper Hotels to downtown Los Angeles
Bronzed Retro

Bronzed Retro

Design studio Festen Architecture take inspiration from 1930s Paris to reimagine Hotel Rochechouart, the latest address from Orso Hotels
Cultural Co-Dependence

Cultural Co-Dependence

Architectural practice Buckley Gray Yeoman has unveiled Cromwell Place, a 14-gallery arts hub in London's museum district that mixes sensitive restoration and new build
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