There was something magical afoot at the Victoria & Albert Museum throughout the London Design Festival. Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec (affectionately known as the Bouroullec Brothers) partnered with leading design textiles manufacturer, Kvadrat, to create the ‘Textile Field’ installation in the Raphael Gallery. The designers were told earlier this year that the museum would
Yesterday, I was lucky enough to get a tour of the newly opened Roca London Gallery, designed by Zaha Hadid Architects. The glamorous showroom – just across the road from Imperial Wharf station and the Chelsea Harbour design precinct – has turned what were 4 separate retail spaces into one
Being from the antipodes, it’s easy to convince oneself that Australian design is well known throughout the world, and while many of our designers and their designs have received great attention and success abroad, design from Down Under arguably has no national identity, unlike Danish or Italian design for example.
Murray Moss – founder and co-owner of Moss, New York – has curated a varied and “quiet” exhibition throughout the V&A, unveiling and exploring 3D printing techniques and their place in our industrial landscape. These fascinating objects, created in one piece using digital techniques, sit alongside some of the oldest and