4 women-owned decor brands that will usher nature into your home
From furnishings and apparel, to garden ornaments and dried flower prints, these businesses have something for everyone.
The Mahindra Group's new museum is a tribute to an enduring legacy
Designed by Elsie Nanji and architect Harsh Manrao, The Museum of Living History promises an interactive journey through the company's past, present and future.
Discover untold stories of Mumbai's historic Khotachiwadi at a new exhibition in Girgaum
C&L Design collaborates with archaeologist André Baptista to place the neighbourhood into the larger cultural context of Mumbai.
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Here's how designers found the perfect backdrop for their product shoots
Logistical challenges and appeals for authenticity alike have designers opening the doors to their own homes for product shoots.
Carlos Mota's debut range of fabrics is a celebration of his favourite colour
The stylist and interior designer brings out his signature flamboyance in a fun styling session, shot exclusively for AD, at the Kathiwada City House in Mumbai.
Partnering with Zara Home, Vincent Van Duysen brings the past to the forefront
Reflecting on his design archives and personal interiors, Van Duysen crafts a refined collection for the masses
Rossana Orlandi, the Grande Dame of Italian design, receives the prestigious Compasso d'Oro
The award celebrates the Milan gallery owner’s commitment to promoting emerging talent and the best of Italian design
Steel furniture, new-wave Murano, and 6 other design trends spotted by AD Editors in Milan
The in-vogue materials, colours, and throwback vibes you need to know—and will want to spec, stat
Salone del Mobile 2022: The 35 best new products to debut at Milan Design Week
Nearly three dozen debuts in furniture, lighting, decor, and more that you may have missed at market
Call Me By Your Name director Luca Guadagnino pulls back the curtain on his interiors studio
For the first time, the director and interior designer is publicly sharing his furnishings and spaces at Salone del Mobile
Mario Bellini’s ‘Bambole’ collection remains seductive 50 years after its debut
Long live the B&B Italia collection, an icon of Italian design in the 1970s and a Compasso d'Oro winner in 1979, which is back today, in great shape. More seductive, comfortable and sustainable than ever.
How the magic of starry nights inspired Ashiesh Shah's painterly rugs dipped in indigo
The maverick designer’s new limited-edition series of rugs for Jaipur Rugs launches at Salone del Mobile 2022
Salone del Mobile 2022: Tom Dixon celebrates its 20th anniversary with a stunning travelling exhibition
Titled ‘Twenty’, the show chronicles the British designer's works around materiality, sustainability, and design
Here's how you can learn interior design from Gauri Khan
Khan has launched a new masterclass in collaboration with e-learning platform The Designer's Class
Salone del Mobile 2022: Where to go and what to see during Milan Design Week
The installations, pop-ups, product debuts, and parties you need to know
Here's how the beauty of Indo-Saracenic architecture made its way to furniture
The Indo-Saracenic architecture movement is typically seen in public buildings of British India, like railway stations, boarding schools, and legislative offices. Here its beauty is seen in a chair designed by Lockwood de Forest in 1881–86—Western in form and Indian in ornament.
Salone del Mobile returns after a two-year hiatus with its 60th edition
As the world’s favourite furniture fair returns after a two-year pause, AD catches up with Maria Porro, president of Salone, on what to expect this year.
6 Indian brands that are redefining sustainable design
From method to material, these brands are paving the way for a sustainable future
Mumbai's newest gallery takes root in the heritage village of Khotachiwadi
Founded by Mortimer Chatterjee, Tara Lal and Srila Chatterjee, the space celebrates the past, present, and future of Indian design
Paul Matter pays tribute to Le Corbusier with a minimalist floor lamp
The site-specific installation is on display at Héritages, an ongoing exhibition at the iconic Unité d’Habitation in Marseille.
7 ways to fake architectural elements using just paint
Paint has no limits.
Ashiesh Shah becomes the first Indian designer to debut on The Invisible Collection
Inspired by wabi-sabi and informed by karigari techniques, Shah's functional sculptures are now available on the luxury e-commerce platform
6 tips architects and designers should follow to maximize a client’s budget
Three finance-savvy design pros share their best budgeting strategies
Trend spotting: Why “listening rooms” are the next big thing in interiors
Dedicated spaces for listening to vinyl are popping up everywhere—but getting them right is an art and a science
Inside Neelam Kothari's first foray into the world of luxury interior design
The jewellery designer and actor has partnered with the BNK group to create bespoke residences for their latest venture, LINK BNK
Raseel Gujral Ansal’s bold new furnishing collection takes you around the world
The Arm Chair Traveller collection takes inspiration from fantastic journeys, both real and imagined
Pinakin Patel’s Alibag store is a treasure trove of furniture, art, colours and patterns
The veteran architect's eponymous Alibag store, Pinakin, underlines his unique design vocabulary for the modern Indian.
Edra's bejewelled furniture sparkle at Milan's Palazzo Durini Caproni di Taliedo
When it came to finding a showroom in Milan, Edra believes that the historic palace matched their products in scale and signature
Tour K-Pop’s stunning new headquarters
Designed by the Dutch firm UNStudio, bands such as BLACKPINK, Big Bang, and more now have a new industry home