Emily King is a London-based writer and curator with a specialism in design.
By transforming Paris’s Lafayette Anticipations into a weaving machine, the Dutch designer suggests alternative architectural uses of textiles
‘Hollis’s great skill is to reconcile frugality with generosity’
From Assemble’s marbled floor tiles to Peter Zumthor's mixed-media miniatures, Emily King reports from the main exhibition
Thoughts on two and a half decades of Photoshop
A night at Ricardo Bofill's Barcelona high-rise, Walden 7
A weekend at A House for Essex, a collaboration between Grayson Perry and Charles Holland
Various venues, Brno, Czech Republic
How do you rebrand a museum?
Thomas Lommée’s inclusive approach to modular design
Emily King grapples with The Designers Republic's firt book
Whether re-making found furniture or organizing a makeshift ‘Trattoria’, Martino Gamper produces ad hoc solutions for living
Blythe House, London, UK
Japanese designer Naoto Fukasawa talks about his interest in the interaction between people, everyday objects and their environments
A new documentary celebrates the 50th anniversary of the Helvetica typeface
Designers Jasper Morrison and Naoto Fukasawa have curated an exhibition that celebrates the idea of the ‘Super Normal’
Do we visit museums to be taught, amused, challenged or affirmed? Should curators legislate how they want their exhibitions to be understood?
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