Samsung Serif TV: an acquired taste

When is a TV not a TV? When it looks like the Serif TV – something that is less like the standard TV screen. The design, which was developed in collab(...)

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 (...)

Carole Baijings and Stefan Scholten, who created the Elements collection for J Hill Standard Eamonn Terry, master glasscutter

‘Hard, beautiful, empty and easy to see through,” was F Scott Fitzgerald’s description in a short story of a cut-glass bowl given to a woman by her t(...)

The Apartment by designer Tina Seidenfaden Busck in Copenhagen

Since the 1950s Scandinavian design has been to the forefront of the international modern movement. Of all the names the work of Danish trio Arne J(...)

The Hay Copenhagen desk by Brittany-born brothers Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec

Smarter study The Hay Copenhagen desk by Brittany-born brothers Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec, who have worked for Vitra, Magis, Capellini, L(...)