Articles by Caroline Roux
Caroline Roux writes about contemporary art, design and architecture.
Caroline Roux meets the Kenyan 'Afrofuturist' who started making spectacles from junk when he was six.
In The Studio
Atelier LUMA: Caroline Roux visits the visionary workshop in Arles, where local materials – salt, algae, wool and sunflowers – are transformed into tapestries, tiles and wall panels.
Soft Baroque / SUN CITY: An upbeat, vibrant IRL show – bathed in yellow.
Michael Anastassiades: The Design Edit meets the lighting designer as he reflects on twenty years of experimentation and distillation.
This spring, Rena Dumas's work is brought back to life with exclusive re-editions of five pieces originally designed for private houses.
Lindsey Adelman: The Design Edit speaks to the renowned lighting designer before the launch of 'Paradise', her "new form of itinerant luxury".
The Haas Brothers: Witty, fantastical and exquisitely executed, the Haas Brothers' designs keep breaking boundaries.
David Gill: The godfather of London’s limited-edition world.