Articles tagged Long Reads

Chinese Galleries, Arthur M. Sackler Gallery, Wuxia. Ensemble, Jean Paul Gaultier (French, born 1952), autumn/winter 2001-2; Courtesy of Jean Paul Gaultier

China: Through the Looking Glass exhibition extended at the Anna Wintour Costume Center

NEW YORK CITY – The Metropolitan Museum of Art's summer exhibition China: Through the Looking Glass at the Anna Wintour Costume Center presents haute couture and avant-garde ready-to-wear fashion …

We sat down with David Chipperfield at the Salone to discuss his vision for the company and his ideas about design in general.

Q&A: David Chipperfield

Driade’s back. And everyone entering the Italian furniture brand’s booth at this year’s Salone del Mobile got swept up in the vibe. More energetic and coherent than in recent years, the …

Sam Bompas (left) is the wordsmith of the pair and handles all the studio's writing, whereas Harry Parr (right) looks after the technical and design side of the business. Photo Mosex

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.

Future Proof's Keynote speaker, design critic and author Alice Rawsthorn kicked off the evening by looking at what society will be like in the future. Photo Mees van den Ekart

Ninety Minutes of Frame: Event #5 Recap

Did Amsterdam’s unpredictable winter weather cause you to skip the fifth edition of Ninety Minutes of Frame? Either way, now you can watch the presentations by Anna Lomax, Alice Rawsthorn, Chloé …

The D*Haus was designed with customizable parts to adapt to extreme weather.

Q&A: D*Haus

The problem was Lapland. David Ben Grunberg was an architecture student with a challenge: In northern Scandinavia, winters are cold and summers are surprisingly hot. How do you design for a place of …