Jasper Morrison

When we discuss the quality of an object, its practical side along with its usability and attractiveness are in focus. If it’s a piece of furniture, we often discuss whether it’s comfortable. The essence of a designer’s work hides in achieving balance. But, what happens when we add an atmosphere to this balance? British designer …

David Chipperfield

Impostor syndrome is a phenomenon that occurs in people who doubt their own achievements. No matter how successful they are, for them it’s just luck. Among those people is one globally recognized architect, David Chipperfield. We easily find the answer to the question how much did he achieve. Along his full name, Sir David Alan …

Ernő Goldfinger – The Towering Man Behind Trellick and Balfron

“There are good and bad architects. I’m a good architect.” The words Ernő Goldfinger used to describe himself speak volumes of his character, strong-willed and uncompromising. It therefore comes as no surprise that a degree of notoriety and controversy followed the Hungarian-born architect and designer throughout his lifetime, due in part to his work, but …

David Adjaye – Constructor of Narratives

In 2007, David Adjaye received an OBE for services to British architecture. In 2013, he topped the Powerlist as Britain’s Most Influential Black Person, while in 2017 he was the only architect to make Time magazine’s 100 Most Influential People list. Adjaye’s career to date has escalated beyond the realm of design, making an impact …

Tom Dixon

Self-taught British designer Tom Dixon rose to fame with his innovative welded designs made from salvaged steel in the eighties. Ever since, he has been a leading figure in the design industry, focusing mainly on furniture and lighting. Recognizable for his unconventionality, Tom Dixon strives to surprise. Receiving an OBE for his services to British …