A Conversation with Takaharu Tezuka

A Conversation with Takaharu Tezuka

Tokyo-based architect Takaharu Tezuka and his wife Yui, also an architect and the co-founder of their eponymous studio, is an award-winning architect whose work includes the Fuji Kindergarten, named the best school in the world by OECD (Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development) and UNESCO.

A Conversation with
Vicki Karavasil

A Conversation with
Vicki Karavasil

Elenberg Fraser architect Vicki Karavasil is a pioneer of sustainable, human-centric design in Australia. She tells Catherine Shaw, architecture and design author, what she thinks of her latest office design, Market Lane (below) in Melbourne (and home of Steelcase’s newest WorkLife space in Australia) as a living biological object, and talks about her favourite fashion designers and architecture podcast.

A Conversation with Otto Ng

A Conversation with Otto Ng

Innovation and impeccable attention to detail are the keywords when it comes to design for Hong Kong-based, MIT-trained architect Otto

A Conversation with
Elaine Yan Ling Ng

A Conversation with
Elaine Yan Ling Ng

Architecture and design author and writer Catherine Shaw talks to textile weaver and designer  Elaine Yan Ling Ng, and Founder and Design Director of The Fabrick Lab, who explains how she is reinventing waste eggshell as eco-friendly wall tiles and why Tetley’s builder’s tea is her favourite.

A Conversation with
Michael Young

A Conversation with
Michael Young

In this inaugural In The Creative Chair conversations series, architecture and design author and writer Catherine Shaw uncovers Hong Kong-based