This month, Tracey Emin returns to London to unveil her powerful new work entitled "A Fortnight of Tears" at White Cube Bermondsey. With White Cube practically on our doorstep, we went down to check it out.
This January welcomed the 24th edition of the international trade show, Maison et Objet. For five days, exciting designers and brands showcased all that’s fresh for 2019. With eight halls hosting a plethora of products, there were lots to get our creative juices flowing and with each hall having a different design discipline you could spend days exploring design trends from across the world. Disciplines included: cookware, smart gift, home accessories, home & linen, craft and fragrance.
The Ideal Home Show at Christmas returned to Olympia London for its eighth edition, declaring the festive season officially open. The Good Homes roomsets stole the show, we share our opinion on each one.
A new exhibition has just landed at the Design Museum. Home Futures presents visions of domestic futures from 20th century architects and designers against the latest innovations we now fill our homes with. The question is, are we living as once predicted?
The Black Mirror exhibition currently at Saatchi Gallery features the work of 26 contemporary artists who have united in scrutinizing the world we live in and the way in which our obsessions exacerbate societal anxieties. We headed down to see for ourselves.
Returning for another year at the Old Truman Brewery, this year’s edition of London Design Fair did not disappoint. The largest trade fair during London Design Festival, Design Fair saw the participation of 550 exhibitors from 36 countries which were accompanied by many more design-savvy visitors.
BradyWilliams co-founder, Emily Williams, joined Brian Woulfe and Selina McCabe in discussion on The International Reach of London Designers. Chaired by journalist Amira Hashish, of the Evening Standard, the seminar took place at Decorex this week in Syon Park.