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Treading the boards as a bassist in an ’80s funk band, Tom Dixon developed an attitude that he has applied to design and business ever since.
Parra, Goa, India – Architect Amita Kukarni and her partner packed up their home in London and headed for a simpler way of life in rural India that would bring new ideas and improve …
Blume, comprised of chairs and coffee tables, brings versatility, comfort and elegance to restaurants, lounges and more.
Made from animal blood, Jordan Eagles’ vibrantly visceral works have more to say about life than death.
Self-portraitist Levi van Veluw revisits his childhood – using only wooden blocks, balls and slats.
As stores begin to reopen in some areas and remain shuttered (or have been reshuttered) in others, we hear three different perspectives on retail’s recovery.
Reykjavík – Icelandic designer Valdís Steinarsdóttir utilizes ASMR media as a solution to engage visitors at her DesignMarch 2020 exhibition, during our touchless times.
For our 2018 publication Legacy: Generations of Creatives in Dialogue, curator and writer Carson Chan spoke with the influential Canadian architect shortly after her 90th birthday.
The Israeli industrial designer, architect and artist shares his input in our publication Can Art Aid in Resolving Conflicts?: 100 Perspectives.
London – The beauty industry is feeling the force of the COVID-19 crisis, but a shuttered experiential pop-up by Thomas Petherick for the platform and London retailer holds promise …
Our 2018 publication Legacy: Generations of Creatives in Dialogue captures a conversation between Lukas Feireiss and Ai Weiwei about cultural heritage, legacies and living in exile.
Gwanggyo, Korea – OMA’s Chris van Duijn explains how department store Galleria Gwanggyo in South Korea serves a bigger purpose than simply accommodating retailers.
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