An interview with Tricia Guild OBE, founder and creative director of Designers Guild

The founder and creative director of Designers Guild has been at the forefront of the British interiors scene for nearly five decades

An interview with Linda Boronkay, design director of Soho House

The design director of Soho House creates and refurbishes interiors for the various outposts of the private members’ club in Europe and Asia. Before that, she worked for some of the world’s top design firms

An interview with India Hicks

The designer, entrepreneur, humanitarian, writer and legendary hostess lives with her family on a small island in the Bahamas. She recently published her fourth book focusing on design and lifestyle

An interview with Joa Studholme, colour curator at Farrow & Ball

The colour curator at Farrow & Ball has spent 23 years developing (and naming) new colours and spreading the word on how to use them
Lucy Byatt

In the frame: Lucy Byatt

Lucy is the director of the Hospitalfield arts centre in Arbroath and curator of Scotland + Venice 2015 with artist Graham Fagen. Next year...

An interview with Kit Kemp, interior designer and author

Kit Kemp is renowned not only for her unique interiors but also as an author, a respected champion of British art, craft and sculpture, and as a designer of textiles, fragrance and homewares

An interview with Jonathan Adler, potter, designer and author

The designer of covetable furniture and quirky homewares quit his day job in 1993 and has since turned his business into a global brand

An interview with Allison Gardner, programme director of Glasgow Film Theatre

Programme director of Glasgow Film Theatre, and co-director of the Glasgow Film Festival

An interview with Vanessa Branson, hotelier, arts entrepreneur and environmentalist

Favourite buildings and design heroes were all on the table, and more 

An interview with Richard Parry, director of Glasgow International 2018

The curator and writer is the director of Glasgow International 2018, and previously worked for the British Council and the Hayward Gallery