IDS Vancouver delivered again this year, and we discovered new faces from Canada and more.
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We check out the British Ceramics Biennial, a festival in Stoke-on-Trent that celebrates contemporary ceramics from across the world.
A table, a chair and a sofa created by three different designers make up of this one collection.
We check out some favorite independent lighting studios on YLighting that focus on high-quality materials and craftsmanship.
HAY brings their aesthetic to the YPPERLIG collection for IKEA, including seating, coffee tables, lighting, textiles, and accessories.
The Shoreditch Design Triangle was buzzing with creativity and inspiration this year.
An exclusive tile collection that was handcrafted by artisans using simple, geometric graphics and natural pigments.
Brendan Ravenhill has been a regular fixture here and now he takes us through a handful of his favorite things.
Arne Jacobsen's iconic Series 7™ Chair is getting a fresh new, limited edition update in rich velvet from a collaboration with lala Berlin…
The London Design Fair filled three floors and felt like a much more cohesive offering this year.
Ou living/dining space is finally revealed.
Max Fraser curated an 'feature' for 100% Design of an edited selection of products past and present to represent the best of design.
We speak to Patcraft about their collection, Deconstructed Metal, which flips the script on carpet design.
Colorful furniture that aims to bring a bold and lively accent to your home.
A collection of concrete armchairs that invite visitors to sit, play, lean, and relax in London's Peninsula Square.
We visit the Brompton Design District and the Victoria & Albert Museum to check out what 2017 had to offer.