Nicole Swengley

The importance of being Ettore Sottsass

Diverse work by the larger-than-life designer who rejected Modernist good taste goes on show in Basel, Venice and the Met soon

Design is about the human intent

Yves Béhar, the Swiss-born, San Francisco-based designer behind Jawbone’s Up fitness tracker and One Laptop Per Child, is the winner of Design Miami’s 2015 Visionary Award

Robin and Lucienne Day’s daughter steps in to protect the designers’ legacy

Paula Day speaks to The Art Newspaper about being shocked at the misue of her parents' name

Interview with Vito Acconci: From my space to yours

Shaking off the "continental" label has been a lifetime's work

From my space to yours: Interview with Vito Acconci

In the late 1960s, the former poet became a photographer, video and performance artist, using his own body as a subject

Specially commissioned chess sets a testament to collectors' faith in Design Miami/Basel

They contributed to more than 100 lights and classic pieces occupying the booths

Art marketarchive

Caution is the word for collectors and dealers at this year's Pavilion of Art and Design London

Though sales have been fairly solid at the fair, few very high priced pieces have been shown due to anxiety around the stock market crisis


Judges astonished after V&A turns down Pavilion prize

Museum considers the award too complex and time consuming

The future of Design Miami/Basel: Interview with Marianne Goebl

The new director on her Vitra past and her plans for the fair’s future

Art fairsarchive

Knitted lights and boiled leather chairs: a look at current trends in design, as seen at art fairs

Collectors in search of unusual materials at Milan’s Salone Internazionale del Mobile design fair should expect the unexpected