On Repeat: Universal Design Studio

Port talks work and design – and makes sushi – with co-director of Universal Design, Hannah Carter Owers, at the studio’s LDF pavilion

Collaborations: Barber and Osgerby

In an extract from their new monograph, released this week for London Design Festival, Barber and Osgerby reflect on four of their most iconic designs

Hella Jongerius’ Lessons in Colour

The Berlin-based Dutch designer draws on her studio’s 15 years of research in a solo show that unpacks our relationship with colour and how it has changed

Life in a Mid-Century Masterpiece

Shelley Klein reflects on growing up in an extraordinary home in the Scottish Borders commissioned by her father, the influential textile designer Bernat Klein

The Dream of Californian Design

From political posters to portable devices, discover how the spirit of design in California has changed the way we live, learn, work and communicate

Memphis at a Glance

Looking back at the international movement once described as ‘a shotgun wedding between Bauhaus and Fisher-Price’, and its place in design, art and pop culture

Modernist Architecture Redefined

As it opens up the modernist canon to include both contemporary buildings and lesser-known examples from around the world, a new book asks what modernism means today

A Museum of Light in Nantes

A total transformation of the Musee d’arts de Nantes carried out by London-based architecture practice Stanton Williams has reimagined the museum as a modern shrine to natural light

Francis Kéré’s Minimal Shapes

As the 2017 Serpentine Pavilion opens to the public, Port takes a look at the man behind this year’s commission and his journey from the villages of Burkina Faso to the gardens of Hyde Park

Inside Richard Meier’s White-Walled World

The American architect – part of the New York Five and one of the city’s most iconic modernists – talks to Port about his body of work and branching out from his beloved colour white

Rethinking Architecture on Film

To coincide with London’s first Architecture Film Festival, we look at three films from this year’s programme that reframe the relationship between architecture and cinema

At Home with Mark Hix

From his south London home, the celebrated chef, restaurateur and food writer speaks to The Modern House about what modern living means to him

The Phone Made for Minimalists

Joe Hollier, co-creator of the first phone designed to be used as little as possible, speaks about resisting digital distractions and the benefits of ‘going light’

Exploring Brutalist Sydney

Discover Australia’s lesser-known Brutalist architecture with a guide to the raw concrete wonders of Sydney and its suburbs

Nordic Design Wisdom

How the considered design principles of Norway, Denmark, Sweden and Finland reflect thoughtful ways of living

How Hannes Peer Lives

The Milan-based architect invites The Spaces into his eclectic apartment overlooking Politecnico di Milano

B&B Italia: 50 Years of Design

A new documentary offers a unique insight into B&B Italia’s history, design methods and architectural collaborators

Louis Vuitton’s New Objets Nomades

A look at Patricia Urquiola, the Campana Brothers and Raw Edges’ designs for a collection of objects inspired by travel

The Future of Fabric

Danish trailblazer Kvadrat is turning end-of-life textiles into furniture with the help of Max Lamb and upcycling initiative Really