Lydia Shirreff

With a client list that includes Tatler and Vogue - the paper engineer offers some insight into turning flat sheets into amazing 3D art 

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Sheppard Robson

Dan Burr and Lee Bennett of the architectural practice Sheppard Robson underline the importance of hand sketching in the design process

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FIELD

Dynamic, interactive and shareable art, created with hi-tech and a human touch, may be the future of digital design

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Samuel Wilkinson

His approach has turned a little anarchic over the years but not to the detriment of functional design.

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Liam Young

Step into the world of this speculative architect, curator and critic who is working to reimagine future cities 

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dRMM

An eclectic mix of architectural know-how puts this practice at the forefront of innovative and sustainable design. 

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Marc Newson

The internationally acclaimed Aussie has designed everything from cutlery to spaceships.

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Haas Brothers

Los Angeles-based twins Simon and Nikolai let us into their "weird alien ecosystem".

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Ambra Medda

The founder of Design Miami/, brings her curatorial eye to L'ArcoBaleno, a new ecommerce site devoted to collectible design.

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Haberdashery

The trail-blazing design practice opens its doors to reveal its latest project with light artist Chris Levine.

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Marcio Kogan

The award-winning São Paulo based architect challenges his contemporaries and critics with his revelatory short films.

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Lee Broom

The London-based designer marries traditional craftsmanship with a completely contemporary aesthetic.

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Rafael de Cárdenas

This New York-based creative designs outside the lines with a portfolio that's as varied and colourful as he is.

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David Gianotten

The director of OMA Asia designs highly modern buildings across the continent but is still drawn to traditional temples for inspiration.

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Zaha Hadid

The amorphous globes of Galaxy SOHO in Beijing are the British designer's unique contribution to the city's ever evolving skyline.

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Gary Card

The creative polymath who has been dubbed everything from “one to watch” to “the Geek who stole Christmas." 

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Shona Heath

The set designer creates fantastical worlds for magazines and fashion brands, from oversized birds for Mulberry to an air balloon dress for British Vogue.

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Bonsoir Paris

Remy Clemente and Morgan Maccari's studio nouveau achieves surprising results with their "all media" creative approach. 

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Kenneth Grange

Britain's leading product designer has been designing our daily lives for over 50 years.

 

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Matteo Thun

The legendary Austrian architect who was part of Memphis design collective in the eighties.

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Terence Conran

The man who changed the way we live invites us into his own home to discuss a storied career.

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Philip Cooper

From shed to showroom this young art director's talent for transformation is turning heads in London.

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Ellen van Loon

A force to be reckoned with and the woman behind architectural powerhouses like the Rothschild Bank headquarters in London. 

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Dominic Wilcox

This British designer embeds surprises within the banal, creating products such as his Dorothy-inspired GPS shoes. 

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Alberto Biagetti

The Italian designer invites us into his home, a space that has become the ultimate private gallery.

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AND Architects

The Seoul-based architecture firm connects traditional housing with contemporary points of view.

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John Pawson

The understated British architect achieves maximum impact with his minimal aesthetic.

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Nigel Coates

The multi-disciplinarian who has courted controversy throughout his high-profile career. 

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