A name synonymous with mid-century American design, rug company Edward Fields stewards a remarkable archive, as a new capsule collection shows
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...
Challenging the status quo, one colour-soaked installation or boldy patterned product at a time, Adam Nathaniel Furman’s work is crowd-pleasingly sensual and celebratory. This year his prolific creativity has yielded more than ever
A new gallery in the South Downs presents the work of industrial designer Ron Arad as you’ve never seen it before
Interior architect Shiro Muchiri has created a gallery and event space in a Marylebone townhouse with a particular mission – to design and show work that melds contemporary design with traditional craft
We talk shop with designer and creative powerhouse, Michael Anastassiades
Brit David Harrigan founded online design collective Åben in Stockholm in 2019 to nurture the next generation of Nordic talent. Here’s how he’s challenging "blandinavia" and promoting an alternative narrative of the region’s design
A highlight of London Design Festival 2020, American Hardwood Export Council and Benchmark Furniture have opened ‘Connected’ with Design Museum – an initiative that explores an age-old material
Slimmed down but still a creative force, this year's LDF mixes the physical and the digital
Adam Watts launched online store Artists & Objects in April, with a goal to support early-career makers in the UK. Here he talks about his own work, the joy of collaboration and why ‘slow’ craft is the future
Parisian gallerist Alexandre Biaggi and designer Hervé Van der Straeten are celebrating 20 years of collaboration with an edit of new work, inspired by the Italian futurists
They say that a remote Welsh house beside tempestuous seas helped shape their working relationship, but Barber & Osgerby’s output for the past 25 years is anything but erratic
Sisters Gwendolyn and Guillane Kerschbaumer – the young design duo behind studio Atelier Areti – reflect life and emotions through their newest lighting collection, Hormè
With several new launches rolling out over the next few months, the British designer spoke to Design Anthology UK about why simple design endures the best, working on an international scale, and the pros and cons of lockdown
Kalon’s first furniture collection in two years is an ode to reflection, escapism and sustainable living
Offsite, Sight Unseen's annual design event in New York, has pivoted to become a digital-only experience this year, with some specially commissioned renders adding a hyper-real touch
From vases that come with their own accessories to linear chairs, French designers Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec's latest output is rooted in draughtsmanship
How has the design industry adapted to lockdown life? When this is all over, what lessons and innovations will we take forward and what will we leave behind?
Can personal care brands really be carbon neutral while maintaining efficacy and looks appeal?
Inside The Future Perfect's retail experience, where gallery-quality design is presented in a homely environment – albeit a home with outstanding architectural credentials
New French brand Noma Editions aims to bring engineered waste to the high-end furniture market
Swedish gallery Modernity's temporary occupation of a Georgian mansion brings the best 20th-century Scandinavian design to W1
Achille Castiglioni's daughter introduces a new iteration of the classic Bulbo57 for Flos
We sit down with super-talent Ilse Crawford to talk about her new lamp for Wästberg and the sad fate of 'hygge'