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TDE picks five pieces of collectible design to buy for the office Secret Santa ...
Pick a piece of collectible design to buy for the office Secret Santa ...
“Contemporary collectors are looking for the bold. Highly sculptural, statement objects that have something to say."
TDE asks Gabrielle Ammann, Lawrence Bonnel, Steven Volpe and Sandra Weingort: "Which is the first piece of collectible design you really fell in love with and why?"
Transformation is the unifying theme of this tightly edited collection of contemporary pieces.
An outstanding collection of ceramics gathered under the eager eye of an American academic.
Constantly breaking new ground in their quest to reconnect humanity with nature.
The travelling showcase lands in St. Moritz again, extending its collaborations to include Christo, Christie's and Kenny Schachter.
The auction house celebrates its best design sale ever.
A collection of large-scale, boldly decorated ceramic vessels that embody mythic creatures and powerful goddesses.
Celebrating the power of design to imagine and implement change.
Chestnut roasters, embellished by craft, rub shoulders with Monets and Lichtensteins.
A collection of sculptural seats, the work of the South African ceramic artist, arrives in New York.
Drawing on nature, collaboration and context, this Japanese-French partnership creates work that moves people out of their sensory comfort zone, to embrace the present moment.
A new curatorial director for the global platform of collectible design.
The ceramicist's creative routines during London's third lockdown.
Reflections from Los Angeles on the genesis of her latest exhibition.
Pascal and Rana report from their Beirut studio.
The work of 75 international artists and designers in a Georgian townhouse.
Playful design ideas that prove that, truly, necessity is the mother of invention.
Take two Italian design students, add a chance meeting in Mexico and a shared love of adventure ...
Petra Blaisse, ‘Re-Set – New Wings for Architecture’, 2012
Magdalene Odundo, 'Anthropomorphic Sculpture', 1991
Karlyn Sutherland, ‘Latheron House, Latheronwheel’, 2018
A collaboration between Willer Gallery and Sotheby’s London
Quietly transforming the ordinary into the extraordinary.
Ten contemporary design works inaugurate Christie's Middle Eastern Design sale.
4 days, 280 objects, 7,000 years of history.
A wide-ranging selection of some of the artist's finest pieces, addressing the natural world and our relationship with it.
Discover new collections and iconic pieces in some hidden corners of Paris.
Self-described 'Domesticated savages' who have created a platform to dream, imagine and create together.
A collaboration between R & Company, Lehmann Maupin and House of Today.
The sculptors whose design flies free of pigeonholes.
Fusing technology, design and sculpture.
Take a wander through an alternative utopia.
The Lebanese partnership, with its head in the clouds and its feet on the ground.
Celebrating 40 years of curating design, with the online auction sale of 100 objects.
The isolation of lockdown, coupled with a brief to investigate the self, has produced an exotic harvest.
Their journey from carefree student life, to running a design studio in Jo'burg, fired by love and creativity.
An elegant solution to a disrupted summer programme – key pieces from the Maniera collection displayed in Huib Hoste's early modernist house.
Newly launched, this online curation of collectible design showcases an exclusive selection from the world's leading galleries.
The Design Edit enjoys a virtual tour and picks some highlights from the wide range of collectible design on offer.
The dust sheets are being folded away, as collectible design galleries open their shows afresh to gallery visitors.
175 design lots are on show and ready for auction, after a three-month hiatus.
Disrupters, performers and makers.
A designer using this forced pause to develop his processes in Chicago.
Furniture makers keeping 'joyful and busy' in Elsinore.
A ceramicist exploring new glazes in her Belfast studio.
Two Lebanese designers seize the opportunity to reflect.
With the fair postponed until this autumn, an online preview is serving to whet appetites and expand audiences.
Charity auction for Luigi Sacco Hospital in Milan.
An experimental designer temporarily anchored in Paris.
A New Zealand textile designer at home in Berlin.