We check out 2018's Greenhouse – the Stockholm Furniture Fair's showcase of emerging talent – which was as strong as ever.
The numbers for 2018's Stockholm Furniture Fair are not in yet, but it felt bigger and better than ever before.
Mark Eley and Wakako Kishimoto, of Eley Kishimoto, have been 'printing the world' since the 90s and they share what keeps them going.
Making chocolate is a labor of love for London-based Phil Landers, founder of Land Chocolate.
We talked to British designer Richard Brendon about how his thriving career began with a simple idea.
Thomas Von Nordheim's interest in tailoring started when he took an old coat apart and used it as a pattern.
We check in with Kirsty Whyte and Paul Tanner who launched Freedom to Exist after seeing a void in the watch market.
Californian Johnetté Taylor set up her own business in London in 2010 and now makes every piece by hand, one bag at a time.
In the latest of our series profiling designers based in the UK and Europe, our Katie Treggiden talks to London-based designer Kanga Arora.
Ceramicist Chris Keenan began working with clay in his mid-thirties after a 12-year acting career.
Design Frontiers is an exhibition that promises to "illuminate the thinking and working practices of celebrated designers..."
Milliken turned their showroom into a showcase with our editor at large Katie Treggiden to celebrate the launch of her book, Urban Potters.
We head to Decorex for the first time, a show that focuses on craft and making.
The London Design Festival saw the launch of MINI LIVING's Urban Cabin concept – the British car brand's first foray into architecture.
We talk to Kirsty Thomas who runs Tom Pigeon designing and making jewelry, stationery, art prints and home accessories.
We check out the British Ceramics Biennial, a festival in Stoke-on-Trent that celebrates contemporary ceramics from across the world.