Scotland’s craft culture highlighted at The Briggait, Glasgow

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CRAFTHOUSE will feature work from 10 Scottish designers and artisans in its run at The Briggait, Glasgow. See how 10 excellent creators do craft: elevated,...

Design Archives | William Crozier

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Part of the Soho avant-garde of the 1950s, William Crozier blossomed into a painter of rare emotional intensity 

Remembering four influential women in art

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Pat Douthwaite: The painter of distinctive portraits and uncompromising images was a true original, but her personal life was turbulent and often self-destructive. 1934 -...

Design Archives: Philip Johnson, 1906-2005

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The life and work of the controversial American architect is the subject of a lavish new monograph

Design Archives: Florence Broadhurst (1899-1977)

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Colourful, fantastical textile designs reflect the complex character who created them
George Nelson, photographed for the Alcoa Design Awards, 1965

Design Archives: Herman Miller, 1905-present

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The maker of enduring classic furniture that blends ergonomics and aesthetics

Design Archives: Margaret Tait (1918-1999)

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The Orkney-born artist’s radical approach to film is being honoured in her centenary year
VICTOR PAPANEK

Design Archives: Victor Papanek (1923–98)

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A focus on people rather than aesthetics set the Vienna-born designer against most of his peers, but his radical ideas are increasingly finding favour today

Design Archives: Edwin Lutyens (1869–1944)

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His country houses delighted his Edwardian clients and are still ranked among Britain’s best-loved buildings

Design Archives: Earl Haig (1918–2009)

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The Scottish painter was first inspired to take up art while a prisoner-of-war in Colditz Castle