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The curated works of Kenyan-born British artist Dame Magdalene Odundo, celebrated for her hand-built vessels which often speak to her cultural heritage, are currently on display at Houghton Hall, one of England's finest historical estates. Taking centre stage is a monumental piece the result of Odundo’s time as the artist in residence at Wedgwood, the iconic British porcelain manufacturer. 

For us this series of beautiful and colourful coffee tables and a single totem sculpture give off a jolie laide vibe - with shades of 1980s Memphis design. 

We haven't done a weird but wonderful story in a long time, so who better to get back into the swing of things with than this rose-shaped bag in black pebble grained leather from Thom Browne?

These renderings of Saut D’Eau House (which we wrote about here) were commissioned by the architectural studio Ackee Workshop to help visualize the serene, open plan residence which is scheduled to break ground in 2025.

Interlockables collection, designed by New York-based design brand House of RoRo is a wonderful mix of whimsy and function. Founded by interior designer Anne-Sophie Rosseel (who also founded Rosseel Studio), the child-sized line of furniture is designed to coexist harmoniously in so-called adult spaces and has been developed using sustainable processes intended to reduce overconsumption.

South Korean-based MISC Studio have created what they call a furniture retrospective on traditional Korean culture that explores the relationship between people and space. Their goal is to communicate beyond language and visuals, and an accompanying modern dance performance – the Living Performance Project – focuses on the emotions created by the interaction between of their Klassiker lounge chair and Seoulban side table. 

Venerable British retailer Marks & Spencer have announced their second collaboration with London-based artist Yinka Ilori.


The Nike Waffle One SE is an artful mix of traditional silhouette and modern innovation.

Returning for a second time, this popular pop up by Anya Hindmarch opens today.

Afro-centric furniture company The Urban Native has designed this beautiful curvilinear capsule seating collection.