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Q&A: Karin Gustafsson of Cos

AMSTERDAM – We caught up with Karin Gustafsson, head of womenswear at Cos, during her recent visit to the city. 

Horticultural Spa by Loop.pH

Design studio Loop.pH unveiled a pop-up greenhouse on the Thames River Path as a public engagement initiative within the London Festival of Architecture.

Bompas & Parr Interview

As food design and multisensory spatial experiences gain even more ground, Sam Bompas and Harry Parr have gone from working with jelly to working on a world-class stage.

Graveney Sixth Form Block by Urban Projects Bureau

LONDON – From the robust wooden structure to the playful façade, Alex Warnock-Smith explains the process behind the new Sixth Form Block for students at Graveney School in London.

Christopher Kane Store by John Pawson

Creating a timeless space for something as seasonal as fashion was the main challenge that John Pawson had to solve when called to design Christopher Kane’s first flagship store
in London.

The Leadenhall Building by Paul Raftery and Dan Lowe

LONDON – Architectural Photographer Paul Raftery reflects on his collaboration with filmmaker Dan Lowe for a documentary on the construction of the Leadenhall Building in London.

Diluvium by Lee Bul

South Korean artist Lee Bul's chaotic wrapping of the Korean Cultural Centre's exhibition space with reflective sheets of silver vinyl evokes the form of jagged icebergs.

i29 receives FX Award 2014 for Frame store

The 16th annual International Interior Design Awards ceremony took place during a black tie affair inside London's Grosvenor House Hotel.

Waxploration by Katharina Gross

Exploring candle wax as a raw material, Katharina Gross utilizes something that’s often used in homes for creating atmosphere rather than objects

Enlightenment in the Dark at the Turner Prize

The Turner Prize nominees exhibit mostly in the dark this year, reliant as they are – with the exception of Ciara Phillips – on the medium of video. Huddled away in a corner of Tate Britain, the …

Issey Miyake London by Tokujin Yoshioka

The concept behind the new Issey Miyake flagship store on London’s Brook Street, explains Tokujin Yoshioka, is ‘ambivalence’.