Our most recent stories spanning the world of design from Asia and beyond, filed from our global roster of correspondents and photographers.
Veteran designer David Rockwell speaks with Design Anthology on the sidelines of this spring’s Salone del Mobile about his pop-up diner installation, design trends and the role of research in his own practice
Design Anthology’s editor-in-chief sat down with esteemed architect John Pawson at Milan Design Week for a conversation on his latest collaboration for Swarovski, some of his struggles as a perfectionist and his views on minimalism
Our favourite installations from around the city during the most exciting week on the design calendar
At this spring’s Design Shanghai, our editor-in-chief sat down with designer Frank Chou for a conversation on what it means to be a Chinese designer today
Iconic gallerist, curator and doyenne of design Rossana Orlandi’s eye for spotting — and launching — ground-breaking creative young designers is legendary. She tells Design Anthology why she champions creative talent alongside established names and why she insists on visiting artists in their studios.
Since the 1990s, Nilufar gallery in Milan has been a point of interest for those who are interested in historical and contemporary art and design.
French designer Christophe Delcourt partnered up with designer Rodolfo Dordoni to create The Home Anthology Collection for Italian furniture brand Minotti.
Built in Milan in the fifteenth century, Casa degli Atellani was once the centre of parties and celebration for the city’s elite.
Yixing pottery has a lengthy history in China.
Karin Gustafsson, creative director of Swedish high-street brand COS, talks with us about its much talked about collaboration with Studio Swine at this year's Salone del Mobile
For the first installment in our extended online coverage from this year's Salone del Mobile Milan, an exclusive conversation between Design Anthology editor in chief Suzy Annetta and Japanese architect Azusa Murakami and British artist Alexander Groves of Studio Swine about their much-talked-about collaboration with COS at this year’s show.
A partnership between Maison&Objet and a consortium of Singaporean design firms, the Kyo (meaning ‘today’ in Japanese) project takes on the endangered craft traditions of Japan.