Hilary Mayo

London based ceramic artist Hilary Mayo specialises in hand building techniques, focusing on the vessel form, texture and surface decoration. The sculptural pieces that Mayo creates are constructed with finely rolled slabs of stoneware clay. Subtly manipulated walls form a canvas on which multiple layers of glaze, oxide or stain are applied resulting in a unique finish to every piece.

The Metallics Kitchen

Charlie Smallbone stands out amongst his contemporaries as one of the leading kitchen designers, celebrated for designing highly functional spaces to cook, live and entertain. His latest design collaboration is with deVOL for the Chelsea Flower Show has resulted in The Metallics Kitchen Collection which brings beautiful complexity to life, with no fear of experiment using nothing but the finest, most unusual, natural materials.

Joseph FW19

At the end of last year Susana Clayton was announced as the next creative director of British brand Joseph. In her first collection for the house, she embraced the brand’s origins and realigned them with the founder’s vision, creating a balance between fashion and a timeless wardrobe of luxury essentials.

The Unfinished Paintings of Charles Rosenthal

Axel Vervoordt Gallery presents the complete cycle of paintings created in 1999 showing the room installation of white constructions, which are elements from the last proposed unfinished exhibition by Kabakov avatar and invented character Charles Rosenthal. Conceived as part of the large body of works within the oeuvre, The Alternative History Of Art – The Unfinished

KODA House

The KODA House provides a new way of thinking about how we can live our lives through prefabricated modular architecture, in the face of UK’s housing crisis. This 25-square-metre micro house was conceived by Kodasema, and aims to instigate a movement of self-built architecture that encourages better use of empty land plots.

Kenichi Hoshine

Japanese born Kenichi Hoshine is a masterful painter now based in New York City. His work borders figurative and abstract work, bubbles of dark pastel colours which are seemingly abstract, until closer inspection reveal figures, flowers, teapots and more. His explosive paintings are predominantly painted with acrylics with sketch like textures and overlays. Each piece

Valerie Objects x Nendo

The Japanese design studio Nendo has teamed up with Antwerp-based furniture and home manufacturer Valerie Objects to create a beautifully minimal set of salt and pepper shakers. Both shakers consist of two parts: a semi-opaque round glass bottle container with a ribbed bottom, and a glass base. The glass bottle holds the salt and pepper whilst also acting as a pestle. When the

The Hut

This delightful 600 square foot cabin was designed and built by the director of Midland Architecture; Greg Dutton and his brother Chris, as a retreat from the city for the family. The entire construction process took the brothers only nine months and was documented on Discovery Network’s Building off the Grid Series.

Acme Chair

Acme, a minimalist chair designed by Berlin design studio Geckeler Michels is a functional stackable chair made for the Danish furniture brand Fredericia. Acme is the bold and schematic design of a multi-purpose shell chair. The contrasting geometrical forms, circle and square, meet each other in a surprisingly compatible and integrative way, offering a comfortable

Be/Colours

Foscarini presents Be/Colours A capsule collection designed by Ferruccio Laviani chromatically reinterprets some of the best-loved lamps, revealing unexpected aspects of their personality  Colour and its ability to alter our perception of reality, to make it different, surprising and new: this is the leitmotif of the research and offerings of Foscarini.  As in the atelier