In our series profiling designers based in the UK and Europe, we talk to London-based designers and curators Native & Co.
We checked out Clerkenwell, a tiny area of London that gets its own festival due to the sheer number of creatives based there.
We talk to Rachel Scott, who has been hand-weaving rugs since 1976 when the carpet on her stairs wore out and needed replacing.
Tom Raffield invented a new technique for steam bending wood and has built a business around the complex forms it creates.
Färg & Blanche share their latest collection in a solo exhibition at Salone del Mobile.
We talk to artist and sign painter Archie Proudfoot, who uses traditional signage to explore our relationship with language.
Casa degli Atellani was the location for the work and personal collections of contemporary designers, curated by Martina Mondadori Sartogo.
We take a look at the top designs from this year's Lexus Design Award 2017.
Everything Is Connected is a showcase of Norwegian craft and design that's always a highlight in Ventura Lambrate.
We check out this year's Wallpaper*Handmade, a must-see part of Milan's annual Salone del Mobile.
We check out the smaller than usual, but no less perfectly formed, 8th edition of Ventura Lambrate.
We narrow down some of our favorites from the 20th anniversary of SaloneSatellite.
Before we go more in-depth on individual shows and installations in Milan, we share some of this year's highlights.
British automotive brand Land Rover chose Milan Design Week to unveil their hotly anticipated Range Rover Velar.
Rent a little piece of Finland in the Koti installation comprising 6 wooden huts that are available on Airbnb for 100 days.
Exhibitors and visitors were back in droves for the 2017 Maison et Objet and so was a much-missed sense of fun, color and pattern.