Karl Lagerfeld’s inspiration for the French house’s SS18 collection came from the south of the country: namely, the breathtaking waterfalls of the Verdon Gorge
The exhibition, curated by Li Edelkoort and Philip Fimmano, focuses on design developments regarding sustainability and respect for the planet’s resources
Faye Toogood mounted Trade Show during this year’s London Design Festival. Opting out of a traditional furniture fair model to launch her Spade Chair, the multi-talented British designer established a barter system with 50 of the UK’s leading creatives. The resulting showcase resembled a cabinet de curiosité.
Last month, Mathieu Lehanneur was in New York launching two highly distinct projects: the new Maison Kitsuné flagship and his latest Ocean Memories liquid marble series at Carpenters Workshop Gallery demonstrates the top French designer’s range; how one format can inform the other.
The institution is hosting a retrospective of nearly 200 ceramic works from the German artist, made between 1954 and 2013
For the second part of their kid-friendly exhibition at the Centre Pompidou, GGSV’s Gaëlle Gabillet and Stéphane Villard recruited an unlikely partner: silent protester Liu Bolin
For PAD London, the French porcelain house is back to producing contemporary furniture, with work from Nendo, Doshi Levien and Noé Duchaufour-Lawrance
The Berkeley Square fair is hosting 68 art and design galleries this year, starting tomorrow. We picked our favourites, from minuscule jewellery to historical pieces of furniture
After a successful run in Milan and Paris, Dutch Invertuals’ Harvest showcase traveled to London Design Festival this month. The manifesto-like collection revealed how young design talents are finding new efficient and self sufficient ways to practice and address the pressing issues of today and tomorrow: calling for a drastic change in economics; our consumption and production.