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A wide-ranging selection of some of the artist's finest pieces, addressing the natural world and our relationship with it.
The Polish architect who found his spiritual home in Brazilian design.
A collaboration between R & Company, Lehmann Maupin and House of Today.
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 dust sheets are being folded away, as collectible design galleries open their shows afresh to gallery visitors.
Charity auction for Luigi Sacco Hospital in Milan.
An online opportunity for design lovers, hosted by Glenn Adamson.
A tribute to the renowned design writer.
Self-isolation is proving tough for some, but designers are finding ways to readjust – from studio Bingo on Google hangouts, to some deeper thinking about the role of design.
A fundraising sale that united galleries, artists and collectors in their support of the French medical sector.
Galleries respond to the pandemic with online showrooms, collaboration and creativity.
Dealers move online during the temporary closure of the Paris antiques market.
A report on the design market during COVID-19.
A tribute to the renowned British gallerist who was at the heart of the New York art scene.
A tribute to the pioneering dealer who fell in love with Italian post-war design.
The designer opens a new space on Lower East Side, to introduce his more experimental work to New York's savvy audience.
Nordic specialist gallery opens a showroom in a spectacular, dilapidated 18th century mansion in London’s Marylebone.
Rugged and rough, or shining and shapely – a showcase of ancient materials, skillfully modelled and moulded.
The Brussels collectible design fair opened this week with a tempting array of 21 st century objects.
The design historian starts her spring lecture programme of 'Collecting Design: History, Collections, Highlights'.
Grant Gibson's in-depth conversation with the London-based industrial design studio.
First solo show by young French artist.
A retrospective of his early furniture and sculptures, set amongst the works of his contemporaries.
On the eve of E.A.T.'s tenth anniversary edition, The Design Edit publishes one of the poems to be performed by Swiss designer Rolf Sachs.
A broad range of work from designers responding to our current social and ecological predicaments - eliciting despair but also humour.
A sensual marriage of form and function, radiating calm.
Based on a recipe for a good wedding, Job Smeets’s exhibition has an added pinch of provocation, a spoonful of wit and a dash of radicalism.
Collectible design, painting and sculpture are carefully curated into a harmonious whole in a historic Parisian apartment.
Dominc Lutyens reports on the growing appetite for finely crafted, contemporary design in the Middle East.
From the artist's mouth - Grant Gibson talks directly to leading designers, makers and artists about their materials and techniques.
Contemporary design joins vintage as the gallery expands its space and focus in a new location.
Art-historical categories are muted in favour of an interdisciplinary approach: the jury is still out whether design is served well by MoMA’s latest expansion.
TDE reports on the highlights.
Corinne Julius showcases a selection of cutting edge designers and makers at Decorex International.
From sculpted insect shelters to exuberant street furniture, The Design Edit brings you the highlights.
A furniture collaboration for the Glenstone Museum.
A parade of quirky cabinets by a master maker.
A diverse late-summer show in the Hamptons.
The legendary designer who ranged from couture to furniture.
Phillips's online auction of contemporary art, design, photographs and editions.
The 'Fog couch' comes to London.
Angélique de Folin and Harumi Klossowska de Rola.
A parade of carefully curated delights, with some stand-out pieces.
The gallerist opens a new space for artist-designer-makers in an old boathouse in Barnes, London.
Sculptor of fantasies.
Carpenters Workshop Gallery brings the first exhibition of limited edition design to the Venice Biennale.
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