Tuesday, 28 June 2016 00:41

Hudson, New York

The Upstate town has become an affordable haven for New York designers enticed by the opportunity for a life removed from – but still close enough to – the big city

Published in GALLERY
Friday, 13 May 2016 00:00

Dihua Street, Taipei

An influx of creatives has helped to revive one of the city’s oldest streets

Published in GALLERY
Monday, 11 January 2016 00:00

Bakurocho, Tokyo

Once a “ghost town” in the shadow of Nihonbashi’s neon glare, Bakurocho is enjoying a creative revival inspired by its Edo-era craft heritage. Danielle Demetriou visited the area for our latest issue – Keith Ng's images, featured here, accompany the article

Published in Features
Thursday, 05 November 2015 00:00

Amsterdam North

Serious money is moving into the city’s old shipyards, now one of Europe’s most vibrant creative quarters. For ICON 150, Enya Moore went to find out whether the area's rapid transformations means the designers will eventually be moving out. These photos, by Raoul Kramer, accompany the article

Published in GALLERY
Monday, 19 October 2015 00:00

Praça Tiradentes, Rio de Janeiro

As next year’s Olympics sends Rio into a frenzy of regeneration and rocketing rents, a small district in the east of the city is emerging as a haven for young designers. Saul Taylor visited the neighbourhood for our latest issue. Here are André Vieira's photographs that accompany the article

Published in News