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Furniture makers keeping 'joyful and busy' in Elsinore.
A ceramicist exploring new glazes in her Belfast studio.
An experimental designer temporarily anchored in Paris.
A New Zealand textile designer at home in Berlin.
The Design Edit catches up with the designers as they leave their darkened studio, which represented an era of bold, material-led experimentation.
In the Newhaven studio of furniture-maker Marc Fish, Claudia Barbieri discovers how the designer bends wood to his will.
Glenn Adamson explores the boundless creative energies of Joseph Walsh, whose passion for making has brought the world to his doorstep.
As his show opens at Messums Wiltshire, Charlotte Abrahams explores Kurtz’s approach to sculpture and the inspiration for his new large-scale displays.
As Loellmann makes his debut at Twenty First Gallery in New York, Judith Gura charts his stellar rise.
Glenn Adamson interviews the Dutch designer in the run up to his latest New York show.