Textile designer Dorte Agergaard

Designer Dorte Agergaard (1973) is internationally known for her use of digital printing and the patterns in her textiles. Ordinary things which surround us in everyday life are celebrated in her designs. Her approach is conceptual and thus, rather than the aesthetic, the idea is the principal element. After graduating

Architect Craigh Steely

Craig Steely Architecture

Craig Steely is principal of Craig Steely Architecture. His work explores the boundaries of integration as well as emancipation from nature. They embrace the realities of the environment and our connection/separation to it over the subjugation of it, all the while focusing on developing a singular architecture rooted in its

Selina Rose, felt interior

Selina Rose creates bespoke wool felt surfaces for interiors. Since 2004, Selina has combined her passion for felt & use of state of the art cutting technologies to develop a broad portfolio of unique interior surfaces & products. Her intricately cut, tactile surfaces adorn the walls and floors of high-end

Illustrator Jack Hughes

Jack Hughes is a freelance illustrator based in London represented in the UK by YCN, in Europe by Agent Pekka and in the US and Canada by Snyder New York. Visit the website and red more about the projects and clients, Harrods, Montblanc, Burberry, Adidas, Google, Elle and more. Source/pictures: Jack

Colour me happy, home in Montreal, Canada

colours, Jean Verville

There's something quite special about the spectacular color blocking used in this open-plan apartment in Montréal Canada. The design conceived by architect Jean Verville for a collector of modern art and design objects. Glossy surfaces together with the bright coluors make a divine combination. Info/pictures: via The Designer Pad, and architect

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