Australian design duo Song for the Mute weave the idea of breaking boundaries into each and every garment they craft and are lauded by the likes of Lupe Fiasco and Nick Wooster. Creating all their textiles by themselves, the pair are endlessly inspired by a passion for Japan and Paris.
Interior and furniture designer Marie Christine Dorner discusses spatial sensibilities, balancing design influences and her creative partnership with Ligne Roset. Olha Romaniuk writes.
Fritz Hansen has entered the home accessories market with its new line, Objects, which was launched during Milan Design Week. Narelle Yabuka got the inside scoop from the brand’s new head of accessories.
With Milan’s Salon del Mobile 2016 under way, Alice Blackwood went to visit the Marimekko Home and got to have a quick conversation with Marimekko’s Creative Director, Anna Teurnell.
A visit to the studio of abstract artist Belinda Fox reveals the intricacy and influences behind her art. Luo Jingmei reports.
Japanese designer Chihiro Tanaka is a self-proclaimed “Light Couturier” who creates delicately crafted lighting inspired by his training in fashion. Having recently been named a Rising Asian Talent by MAISON&OBJET ASIA, Justin Zhuang finds out how he arrived at the bright idea to blend the craft and techniques of two different disciplines.
Acclaimed photographer reveals the motivations and stories behind some of the most famous images of our time. Yvonne Xu writes