The iconic Copacabana Chair, designed by Mathieu Matégot in 1955, has been reimagined by Danish design house GUBI making it applicable for both indoor and outdoor use.
Taking place over four days, Cape Town Furniture Week returned for its second year exhibiting an exciting array of local design talent.
As one of the most forward-thinking designers working in fashion today, Cecilie Bahnsen's romantic and ethereal fashion seamlessly blends couture elements and Scandinavian comfort. In our exclusive interview, she shares her remarkable journey
Taking place at the beginning of March for its inaugural showcase, MATTER and SHAPE is a new exhibition bringing together the worlds of design, fashion, and artisanal craft in Paris.
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 studio By Hinders, founded by Jonathan Ingberg, celebrates upcycling and elevated simplicity at its 100-hectare 19th-century farm in south Finland’s Inkoo Archipelago
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
The Silver City: Michael Graves’s experimental 1983 Tea and Coffee Piazza for Alessi explores a spatial and architectural reimagining of the tea and coffee set that takes it far beyond the realm of function
A new wave of designers and talents from around the world is bringing back a spirit of innovation, creativity and craftsmanship at this year's Stockholm Design Week
Scandinavia’s leading design event, the Stockholm Furniture Fair, took place again this week showcasing a wealth of exciting and emerging talent. Here are five of our top selections.
The Borris Collection by Miminat Designs combines angular silhouettes, raw metal finishes and a sophisticated elegance, while challenging conventional perceptions of movement.
With clean, simple, self-assembly designs by notable designers, and a focus on transparency, sustainability and ethical values, Copenhagen-based TAKT is remaking the way we buy furniture
In a new capsule collection titled ‘FLARE’, design studio Draga & Aurel playfully explores refraction through the application of Lucite.
The Tank, as it was nicknamed, made its debut in 1936, bringing its Finnish designer a new international acclaim
Celebrating its 30th anniversary, Maison&Objet brought a wealth of emerging talent to the forefront of this year’s exhibition. Here are our five top picks.
From neighbourhood cafés to design-led stores and community hangouts, make the most of this hip London area with our insights from local design insiders
When she couldn’t find modern, well-designed children’s furniture for her son, architect Anne-Sophie Rosseel built her own, which led to the founding of design studio House of RoRo
From waterside buildings by star names to lesser-known modernist and art nouveau masterpieces, make the most of Norway’s capital with our insights from local design insiders
The sculptural power of the Ukrainian designer’s organic ceramics is reaching new audiences through an exhibition at Les Ateliers Courbet in New York
Designed by New York City-based Savvy Studio and printed at Narayana Press in Denmark, the three titles – Quarter Past Noon, Table Cloth and Lille Petra – celebrate food and community
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