Articles by Adrian Madlener

Adrian Madlener is a Brussels-born, New York-based writer covering a wide range of design-related topics.

Amauri Aguiar by Adrian Madlener

Amauri Aguiar “Collectible design has always been a very niche segment, but its continued growth has been the driving force pushing new trends.”

‘Bienenstock Coffee Table’, 2022 by Adrian Madlener

‘Bienenstock Coffee Table’, 2022 Chris Eitel, Vladimir Kagan Design Group

REVIEW / Design Miami/ 2022 by Adrian Madlener

Design Miami/: Striking scenography and future-forward optimism mark this year’s fair.

‘Parzival Sofa’, 1987 by Adrian Madlener

'Parzival Sofa', 1987 Robert Wilson

Born Too Tall by Adrian Madlener

Born Too Tall: A historical survey of noted, yet overlooked, women designers from California uncovers their lasting impact.

Salon Art + Design 2022 by Adrian Madlener

Salon Art + Design: With the demand for physical interaction with design high, the New York fair is predicted to bounce back in full force.

Mobilier National, Paris: Le chic! French Decorative Arts and Furniture from 1930 to 1960 by Adrian Madlener

Mobilier National, Paris: A deeply-researched exhibition of mid-twentieth century design offers a wealth of inspiration for contemporary design.

New York Dispatch 2 / September 2022 by Adrian Madlener

New York: Uncovering hidden gems by two giants of different traditions, two New York mainstay galleries are enriching design history.

New York Dispatch 1 / September 2022 by Adrian Madlener

New York: Fresh approaches to the age-old traditions of ceramics, stone craft and drawing dominate in the city's top-billed autumn showcases.

Stephen Markos by Adrian Madlener

Stephen Markos: The founder of Superhouse talks about his passion for promoting young talents in the collectible design field.

Conversation Pieces: Contemporary Furniture in Dialogue by Adrian Madlener

San Francisco: A new exhibition at SFMOMA surveys iconic furniture pieces that prioritise expression over utility.

The Lightness of Being by Adrian Madlener

The Lightness of Being: A group show of leading female ceramicists takes shape in Lisa Perry’s new East Hampton-home exhibition venture.

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