Charles Eames

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Potato Diggers by Paul Henry achieved €110,000 (€70,000-€100,000) through Adam’s

Results Wednesday September 25th Adam’s St Stephen’s Green (82 per cent sold grossing €1.2m) – Paul Henry, Connemara Landscape €120,000 (€60,000-€80,(...)

Girl with a Balloon (Gold) Number 1/88 of the artist’s proof set a record for a Banksy print t achieving £395,250 through Christie’s

Results Monday September 23rd – Morgan O’Driscoll Online Auction: Kenneth Webb, Fair Day Clifden €6,400, Norah McGuinness, Geese at Sutton Cross €1,4(...)

Éamonn O’Sullivan of Hewn in his workshop.

Cutting edge kitchen spoons Éamonn O’Sullivan of Hewn works with greenwoods using traditional techniques and tools to create some of the most tactile(...)

Millenial pink lands in the kitchen with Aga’s new Blush-coloured cooker.

Designer drop at Ikea Ikea’s latest designer collaboration latest designer collaboration is with British designer Tom Dixon, lands at Ikea, Dublin on(...)

Divide and wow These mid-20th century plywood panels would make an elegant room divider or screen, could even work as bookshelves and could be fixed (...)

A colourful lighting room by Flynn Talbot at the Victoria and Albert Museum is one of the many exhibitions of London Design Festival

“Do touch,” is the message around this year’s London Design Festival in which various installations dotted about this city-wide carnival of creations (...)

Le Corbusier’s Unité apartment block  in Marseilles.

Last September I travelled back to the 1920s – like the screenwriter in Woody Allen’s Midnight in Paris – but in my case to Berlin. The Horseshoe hou(...)

A lounge chair designed by Charles and Ray Eames. An original produced by the Italian company Vitra will cost thousands; a version is for sale through Voga at €895

Furniture companies in the UK are upping sticks and moving to the Republic to circumvent strict new copyright laws introduced there which have – almos(...)

Caroline Foran  in her home in Drumcondra, Dublin. Photograph: Dave Meehan

Lifestyle journalist and interiors entrepreneur Caroline Foran runs GAFFInteriors.ie with fellow journalist Jo Linehan; it’s a dedicated interiors sit(...)

Anita Groener in her studio at home in Glasthule, Dublin. “Women artists have a battle to win to be valued equally in exhibitions, collections, and in auctions.” Photograph: Aidan Crawley

Dutch-born artist Anita Groener came to Ireland in 1982, just for a year, or so she thought. More than three decades on, she lives here with her husba(...)

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