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

Amauri Aguiar by Adrian Madlener

Amauri Aguiar “Collectible design has always been a very niche segment, but its continued growth has been the driving force pushing new trends.”

Robert Wilson by Paul Clemence

Robert Wilson: “A chair is for me like sculpture, I like to look at it in space and to see it from different sides. I do not see chairs as having any function other than that.”

Raphael Navot by Emma Crichton-Miller

Raphael Navot: “Our body hasn’t changed for thousands of years, why would anything relating to it? I love the idea of comfort – both physically and mentally.”

Fernando Campana (1961-2022) by TDE Editorial Team

Fernando Campana: A tribute to the Brazilian designer whose playful creativity and generous spirit lay at the heart of his life and work.

Reynold Rodriguez by Emma Crichton-Miller

Reynold Rodriguez: “These pieces became a kind of company … They have this very personal, very emotional quality.”

Pearl Lam by Emma Crichton-Miller

Pearl Lam: “The whole concept of cross-disciplinarity can be traced back to the Chinese literati. We have no segregation, we have no discrimination. We don’t even have a name for ‘artist’.”

Brodie Neill by Emma Crichton-Miller

Brodie Neill: “I endeavour to find innovative ways of transforming ocean microplastics into the building blocks of provocative designs.”

Jie Wu by Sophie Hastings

Jie Wu: “I am making the antiques of the future.”

Fernando Laposse by Kristen de la Vallière

Fernando Laposse: "Regeneration is about repairing – it’s not leaving things the way you found them; it’s bettering them."

Damon Crain by Osman Can Yerebakan

Damon Crain: The founder of New York gallery Culture Object explains his passion for flamboyant display.

Tessa and Tara Sakhi by TDE Editorial Team

Tessa and Tara Sakhi: Embraced and cocooned by Venice and inspired by its heritage of glass, the Lebanese-Polish sisters open their show at Venice Glass Week.

James Mair by Charlotte Abrahams

James Mair: He started out showing Tom Dixon, Ron Arad and Danny Lane. TDE finds out where his design tastes led.

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