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The Who’s Who of Collectible Design – from gallerists and auctioneers, to designers and craftspeople.

Stuart Haygarth by Claire Wrathall

Stuart Haygarth: “A lot of my work is about abandonment and loss, I think. And giving things a second life.”

Design Duos / JAMESPLUMB by TDE Editorial Team

JAMESPLUMB: The sculptors whose design flies free of pigeonholes.

Fredrik Nielsen by Emma Park

Fredrik Nielsen: “What I create with my hands is something unique … I can’t make it up in advance.”

Alice Stori Liechtenstein by Kristen de la Vallière

Alice Stori Liechtenstein: Kristen de la Vallière, founder of the curatorial design platform @sayhito_ interviews the chatelaine and contemporary design curator of Schloss Hollenegg.

“I was trying to understand how a pictorial space of a painting could become all-embracing and give you that sense of comfort – so you would want to spend time with the work, rather than confront it at a distance.”  by TDE Editorial Team

Bea Bonafini: “I was trying to understand how a pictorial space of a painting could become all-embracing and give you that sense of comfort – so you would want to spend time with the work, rather than confront it at a distance.”

Jan Ernst / COLLECTIBLE 2022 by Sujata Burman

Jan Ernst: Inspired by the Stadsaal Caves of the Western Cape, a South African architect turned to clay over lockdown – resulting in a series of sculptural lamps and furniture.

Benoist Drut by Brook S. Mason

Benoist Drut: "Flawless execution is critical for discriminating collectors" – TDE meets the New York design dealer who heads up Maison Gerard.

Virginia Leonard by Emma Crichton-Miller

Virginia Leonard: The New Zealand-based ceramicist talks to TDE about how she moved from canvas to clay, and how her work gives a voice to trauma and chronic pain.

Jacqueline Surdell by TDE Editorial Team

Jacqueline Surdell: Inspired by the grids of Chicago, Catholic altars, the steel mills of Hegewisch and her career in volleyball, the artist weaves rope into huge textile works.

Wesley Sacardi by Adrian Madlener

Wesley Sacardi: "I was looking for a way out of my career in advertising and a way to revive the creative spirit I had fostered as a child – I wanted to work with my hands again."

David Alhadeff by Osman Can Yerebakan

David Alhadeff: As Frieze Los Angeles kicks off, the founder of The Future Perfect opens the latest Casa Perfect iteration in the Santa Monica mountains.

Driaan Claassen by Adrian Madlener

Driaan Claassen: Mapping the subconscious through materials - TDE interviews the South African designer whose work is on show this week at the Investec Cape Town Art Fair.

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