Our most recent stories spanning the world of art and creativity from Asia and beyond, filed from our global roster of correspondents and photographers.
In a leafy São Paulo suburb, the brutalist home and studio and of Japanese Brazilian artist Tomie Ohtake
A conversation with inventor and solar designer Marjan van Aubel, named Swarovski Designer of the Future
On the occasion of the inaugural exhibition of Objets Nomades by Louis Vuitton in Hong Kong, regular Design Anthology contributor Catherine Shaw speaks with designer André Fu about his design process and his addition to the collection
On the occasion of his bi-city retrospective, an exclusive interview with this leading figure in China's abstract expressionism movement
Two museums in Paris and Marrakesh pay homage to the life and work of designer Yves Saint Laurent
Prada unveils a new platform for the arts in an exquisite early 20th-century Shanghai villa
Hong Kong artist Kingsley Ng's latest installation highlights the city's progress in floodwater management
A group of international designers explore new directions for Tokyo's iconic JR Yamanote line
Enjoy this unabridged transcript of our discussion with rising Indonesian artist Natisa Jones , including insight into her childhood growing up in Bali, her creative process and showing her work at this year’s edition of Art Stage Jakarta.
Renowned multidisciplinary designer Alan and lifestyle purveyor colourliving are collaborating on a luxury gallery-style home to inspire visitors and launch a bespoke styling service covering art, homewares and furniture.
With the 2022 Winter Olympics fast approaching, Beijing has been pushing to refurbish old buildings and redevelop identified areas.
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.
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.
In 2016, Philippines National Artist Benedicto Cabrera, popularly known as BenCab, became the first Asian artist to collaborate with Dutch brand Moooi Carpets.
Just inside this south harbour Sydney home by Australian architect Kerry Phelan, a sinuous, sculpted stairway complete with brass detailing is set within a double-height travertine entrance hall and flanked by artworks by Anish Kapoor and Wolfgang Tillmans, setting the stage for a home full of character and artistic achievement.
‘It all started with a plastic duck,’ says CEO of the Italian furniture company B&B Italia, Giorgio Busnelli.
Singaporean designer and founder of LTW Design Works, Lim Hong Lian spent three years building his hilltop home.
Pon Ding is a cafe, independent bookstore, gallery and event space all rolled into one. ‘It’s more of a casual art museum, a creative institution,’ says Chen of the space.
Design Anthology is delighted to share here the full transcript of our discussion with authors Swapnaa Tamhane and Rashmi Varma of the beautiful new title SAR: The Essence of Indian Design, out this month by Phaidon.
To complement our Studio feature on Baker Furniture in Issue 8, a conversation between Design Anthology and the vastly talented furniture designer Laura Kirar about her latest collection.
Design Anthology spoke with Hong Kong-born, Athens-based designer Chi Wing Lo during Business of Design Week 2015
Executive Editor of Town&Country Philippines, Alycia Sy writes for us on the joy of designing her own home and the effort that goes into collecting her rather unique assemblage of curios and objet d’art:
The new Raging Bull Chophouse & Bar, set to open in March 2016, is yet another masterpiece by New York-based design firm AvroKO.
Architect André Fu speaks about his recent foray into a fashion space
Axel Vervoordt occupies a unique place in the art and design world.