How precisely did designer Ian McIntyre revive that staple of the British kitchen, the Brown Betty tea pot?
Beka & Lemoine make extraordinary films about buildings. This piece concentrates on their latest documentaries on London’s The Barbican and the 8 House outside Copenhagen.
A piece written for the New Statesman
about the upheaval at London’s Design Museum and the then-director Alice Rawsthorn.
A profile of ceramist Edmund de Waal, as his latest book, The White Road
, is published. We focus on the relationship between prose and pots.
A profile of Jasper Morrison, an iconic designer hell-bent on creating Super Normal products.
The Millennium Dome was supposed to be New Labour’s flagship project. Five years after it opened to critical brickbats, we find out what went wrong.
Punters queue for days to visit Vitra’s London sale but why? And how has British taste changed?