My new post for Christie’s website is online. It was absolutely fascinating researching about Carlo Scarpa’s early glass designs and learn more about his pre-architecture career.
Read more: http://www.christies.com/features/Carlo-Scarpa-Glassblowing-8212-1.aspx
I have just contributed towards moving the Apple iMac G3 into the new Design Museum at High Street Kensington, London! The iMac is just one of twelve iconic design objects that the museum is fundraising to help transport from their old site.
I am thrilled to show you the NEW Composite Column blog! The main subcategories – architecture, art, design and calendar – remain the same, but hopefully this new layout will be easier to read and navigate. I had a great time designing this and can’t wait to start posting new work. See a list of upcoming posts by reading on.
What do you think? It’d be great to hear your thought - leave me a comment below!
Clerkenwell Design Week is an annual festival of talks, workshops, pop-up shops and showroom openings hosted by designers, architects and creatives in London’s EC1M area.
Once upon a time, I was sleeping with a very well-dressed man. While walking to the bathroom in his striped shirt, I realised the lining on the inside his cuffs was a contrasting floral pattern. It was a secret detail that only a select few - the wearer and those familiar with the brand - would’ve known about.
“I like this level of attention to detail,” I said to him. “It reminds me of the Mies van der Rohe quote God is in the details.”
“That’s Paul Smith for you.” he said.