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This new eco-conscious hotel concept in the Trosa archipelago draws a discerning crowd

Realised by Swedish architect Andreas Martin-Löf, and founded by Umberto Garabello, Landet Stay embraces local ties and natural surroundings

Architecture
23.02.24

The National Portrait Gallery reveals major exhibition celebrating the black figure with never-before-seen paintings

Curated by Ekow Eshun, the exhibition features 55 contemporary works of sculpture, painting and drawing by 22 African diasporic artists working in the UK and America 

Design
22.02.24

Two Australian brothers handcraft their own aluminium furniture style

Sculptural shapes and vibrant colours are the standout trademark of young Australian company FEARON’s aluminium furniture pieces – all of which are designed and handcrafted by brothers Jack and Mark Fearon

Design
19.02.24

Clément Cividino’s restoration of a 1960s fibreglass pod by Nikolaos Xasteros lands in the Spanish countryside

A perfectly restored fibreglass pod represents a labour of love for dealer and curator Clément Cividino, who is bringing back to life the prefabricated architecture of the 1960s and 1970s Space Age

Architecture
15.02.24

Design

The National Portrait Gallery reveals major exhibition celebrating the black figure with never-before-seen paintings

Two Australian brothers handcraft their own aluminium furniture style

Design Icon: Alessi’s experimental 1983 Tea and Coffee Piazza

Editor’s picks: We meet the creatives shaking up Stockholm Design Week 2024

Five emerging design highlights from Stockholm Furniture Fair

Miminat Designs’ new furniture collection celebrates the aesthetic beauty of brutalism

TAKT is rethinking the way we design, build and sell furniture with its simple self-assembly furniture

Draga & Aurel’s new FLARE collection explores the power of refraction

Design Icon: Alvar Aalto’s Armchair 400






Architecture

This new eco-conscious hotel concept in the Trosa archipelago draws a discerning crowd

Realised by Swedish architect Andreas Martin-Löf, and founded by Umberto Garabello, Landet Stay embraces local ties and natural surroundings

Architecture
23.02.24

Clément Cividino’s restoration of a 1960s fibreglass pod by Nikolaos Xasteros lands in the Spanish countryside

A perfectly restored fibreglass pod represents a labour of love for dealer and curator Clément Cividino, who is bringing back to life the prefabricated architecture of the 1960s and 1970s Space Age

Architecture
15.02.24

Atelier L’Abri completes silver-clad house in forested hills of Canadian Laurentians

A contemporary cabin for dog lovers, this tiny home marries functionality and minimalism within an ultra-compact building footprint

Architecture
13.02.24

This new eco-conscious hotel concept in the Trosa archipelago draws a discerning crowd

The National Portrait Gallery reveals major exhibition celebrating the black figure with never-before-seen paintings

Blazer – high performance upholstery fabric

Discover A@W London’s high-calibre talks programme!

Two Australian brothers handcraft their own aluminium furniture style

Clément Cividino’s restoration of a 1960s fibreglass pod by Nikolaos Xasteros lands in the Spanish countryside

Design Icon: Alessi’s experimental 1983 Tea and Coffee Piazza

Atelier L’Abri completes silver-clad house in forested hills of Canadian Laurentians

Editor’s picks: We meet the creatives shaking up Stockholm Design Week 2024


Design

The National Portrait Gallery reveals major exhibition celebrating the black figure with never-before-seen paintings

Curated by Ekow Eshun, the exhibition features 55 contemporary works of sculpture, painting and drawing by 22 African diasporic artists working in the UK and America 

Design
22.02.24

Blazer – high performance upholstery fabric

A celebration of colour, with 77 shades across the full colour spectrum, Blazer is an iconic, classic wool felt fabric which blends invigorating solids with softly textured mélanges

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20.02.24

Discover A@W London’s high-calibre talks programme!

ARCHITECT@WORK’s success is based on a couple of important pillars which are highly important and relevant for the overall Architecture & Design community.

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19.02.24

This new eco-conscious hotel concept in the Trosa archipelago draws a discerning crowd

The National Portrait Gallery reveals major exhibition celebrating the black figure with never-before-seen paintings

Blazer – high performance upholstery fabric

Discover A@W London’s high-calibre talks programme!

Two Australian brothers handcraft their own aluminium furniture style

Clément Cividino’s restoration of a 1960s fibreglass pod by Nikolaos Xasteros lands in the Spanish countryside

Design Icon: Alessi’s experimental 1983 Tea and Coffee Piazza

Atelier L’Abri completes silver-clad house in forested hills of Canadian Laurentians

Editor’s picks: We meet the creatives shaking up Stockholm Design Week 2024


Opinion

How Minus Furniture is exploring a net zero business model

Can furniture really be carbon negative? Minus Furniture is a research-driven design studio seeking to explore the reality of a net zero and below zero business model. Roddy Clarke investigates

Design
16.01.24

Milo Mcloughlin-Greening of Batch.Works on how we must change patterns of manufacturing

To truly bring about change we must foster entirely new ideas about how products are manufactured and consumed, writes Milo Mcloughlin-Greening of Batch.Works

Design
09.01.24

Speakers at the Sharjah Architecture Triennial took inspiration from the past in redefining strategies of renewal and sustainability for Africa

The Sharjah Architecture Triennial saw a new focus on redefining scarcity and abundance in Africa, writes our new columnist Rue Kothari

Architecture
20.12.23

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