Rachael South discovers a love for the family business, where she finds fulfillment in the history and potential longevity of her work.
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Our editor at large Katie Treggiden talks to London-based artist and designer Jo Ham.
Hem has opened its first showroom in the heart of the Swedish capital and we spoke to founder Petrus Palmer about it.
Anker Bak is one of the new designers furniture company Carl Hansen & Søn is collaborating with and we caught up with him to find out more.…
Design Milk recently caught up with the Danish artist, designer and ceramicist, Naja Utzon Popov.
London-based Daniel Heath draws historically inspired illustrations before printing them on everything from wallpaper to fabric to tile.
We take a 'behind the scenes' tour of the Carl Hansen & Søn factory in Denmark's Gelsted by third generation owner Knud Erik Hansen.
'Traditional as radical' was the title of Sebastian Cox's Master's thesis, and he's revived it for his British furniture design business.
Form Us With Love has collaborated with TID Watches to create the 3rd iteration of the brand's distinctive timepieces.
A computer scientist becomes a shoemaker because of a desire to do something with his hands and re-connect with a traditional craft.
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.