From dazzling new design to Teutonic shifts, see inside our Global Interiors special
Bigger, bolder and more beautiful – it can only be our annual Global Interiors issue. From Canada to Brazil, China to Belgium, we’ve scoured the globe to bring together the finest furnishings from the world’s design hotspots.
Master artists and the internet inspire Martino Gamper and Brigitte Niedermair’s panel show for Dedar, as well as their limited edition cover for the April 2017 issue (available to subscribers). Elsewhere, paper turns over a new leaf at a Tokyo printworks, and our Picky Nicky sees the light with John Pawson in his latest column.
We get exclusive insights from the man behind the Louvre Abu Dhabi, while gallerists John and Gretch Bergguren open up about their new San Francisco adventure. Thaddaeus Ropac advances to Mayfair with the launch of his London gallery, and photographer Mat Collishaw mines the 19th century for a new portrait series. French artist Xavier Veilhan flips the perfect crouton omelette in the latest of our Artist’s Palate series.
As ever, the issue brimming with architectural treats. Over in West Vancouver, Arthur Erickson’s Eppich House is a mindbending modernist treasure. Meanwhile in Antwerp, artists Luc Tuymans and Carla Arocha invite us for a tour of their Glenn Sestig-designed penthouse; and architect Eduardo Brito proves he’s ahead of the curve with a brave Brasilia bolthole.
Then, we’re camping it up at Villa Kampffmeyer – not to mention giving pearls a while. It’s all about model behaviour with Richard Meier in our main fashion story, and Ermengildo Zegna weighs in with a travel-friendly collection.
Finally, our Germany supplement explores the latest in the country’s daring design vision, from the best of Cologne Furniture Fair, to the latest Bahn stormers and Berlin’s specs appeal. Wunderbar!