We're back from a whirlwind tour of Milan Design Week and our first stop was, of course, Salone del Mobile, and here are some top picks.
Hem is showcasing new product launches alongside a curated selection of ther existing furniture and housewares at their Milan pop-up.
We catch up with Sebastian Holmbäck, an industrial, product and lighting designer based in Copenhagen.
Design Milk caught up with Danish model and TV host Emil Thorup who took an unconventional path to the design world.
Newcastle-based artist Jimmy Turrell turned 1,000 books he bought on eBay into works of art with his work printed on them.
In our latest designer profile, we talk to North German-based designer Pia Wüstenberg.
Swedish rug brand Kasthall launched four new rugs for Stockholm Design Week, won an award, and collaborated with Stella Works.
An exhibition entitled Norm Form examines unequal power structures and the power of design to highlight them.
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.