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Last week I headed to the V&A for the private view of their latest show – Plywood: Material of the Modern World. As the name suggests, this free exhibition at the entrance to the V&A looks at plywood's use within furniture and architecture, and the role it currently plays in digital design. The informative exhibition explains how plywood is made and charts its historic use from the humble tea chest, through to its use in the aviation and automobile industry. » more
The playful work of Camille Walala is hard to miss: from canal barges in East London to buildings in Melbourne, NYC and Buenos Aires, collaborations with Caterpillar and Emporio Armani, and even Easter Eggs for Harrods, Walala's bright and geometric style is proof that the 1980's Memphis style is back with a bang. » more
The debut House & Garden Festival coincided with the magazine's 70th anniversary celebrations and turned out to be the ultimate celebration of summer living and inspirational shopping. The four-day fair was packed with inspiring ideas and professional advice for interiors enthusiasts, while the Decorated Spaces room sets and the Style Rooms were a real honey pot of interiors inspiration. » more
The annual Serpentine Pavilion is a great moment in the London design calendar. Now in its 17th year, the Pavilion, commissioned by the Serpentine Gallery, is designed by an architect who has no previous built projects in the UK - previous Pavilion architects include the late Zaha Hadid, Peter Zumthor and last year, Bjarke Ingels. This year’s joyous Pavilion is designed by the Burkina Faso born, Diébédo Francis Keré, founder of Berlin-based Kéré Architects. » more
While in New York last week I paid a visit to Chamber, a beautiful design gallery adjacent to the High Line at W 23rd St, to check out the 26 finalists for the 2017 Loewe Craft Prize. First established in 2016 by Jonathan Anderson, Loewe creative director and the Loewe Foundation, the Loewe Craft Prize is an annual international €50,000 prize ‘recognising an outstanding work of craftsmanship that pairs an original artistic concept with a modern application of traditional methods.’ » more
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