Highlights from this year’s London Design Festival
WHEN IT FIRST DEBUTED IN 2003, London Design Festival was a small affair, with just thirty-two participating venues, but this...
Curator’s Eye: Studio Nucleo’s TERRA!
We ask museum curators to tell us about an extraordinary object in their care, explaining why it is important.
Kindred Spirits at Lacoste Gallery, Concord, MA
A first glance at Warren MacKenzie’s generously shaped drop rim bowl with swooping iron marks standing beside John Reeve’s...
Strange and Amusing Plans
Sam Lubell writes about I. M. Pei’s 1950s proposal for the 1,497-foot-tall Hyperboloid tower that is part of the...
Beauty Growing: British Pottery at Yale
Patience, respect for materials, modest self-assurance, a twist of fate—this is what is needed to make a vessel rise...
The Graduates: Carpenters Workshop Gallery Shines a Spotlight on Europe’s Emerging Talent
In a special exhibition for London Design Week, Carpenters Workshop Gallery has collaborated with trend forecaster extraordinaire Li Edelkoort...
Arms of Steel and Stone: A Father’s Cool Embrace
Eero Saarinen designed some of the most iconic buildings and left a legacy that eludes most architects in entire...