Caught between the ephemeral and the permanent, skills manifest themselves in various ways. They are intensely person-specific talents but what they produce can change lives and cultures. This week we highlight the creative talent that takes something as rudimentary as wood, as conceptual as a living environment, or as practical as a hat and transforms it into art.
A new exhibition co-curated by master milliner Stephen Jones celebrates hats of all kinds as well as the work of this visionary designer.
A rare opportunity has arisen to purchase a home designed by the formidable interiors expert Marie-Paule Pellé.
Last month the Pritzker Prize-winning architect, Frank Gehry, celebrated his 80th birthday. We pay homage to the man who redefined the modern skyline as we spoke to him at the recent Venice Biennale.
Ricardo Bloch redefines the notion of interior photography by creating books that focus on the beauty in the reality of our living environments.
Planed to perfection, wood remains a timeless classic and a perennial favorite among today’s designers.