Leather in the Blood: Bridge of Weir

PORT’s deputy editor and online editor Ray Murphy travels to Scotland to discover the inner workings of family-run leather company, Bridge of Weir

A five-storey void allows natural light from a skylight above to reach each level of the atelier

Tadao Ando: Japan’s Master Architect

We visit the Osaka atelier of Pritzker Prize-winning architect Tadao Ando, who talks about fighting against conventions and why there are too many architects in the world today

Credenza – a collaboration between designer Patricia Urquiola and artist Federico Pepe for Spazio Pontaccio

Salone del Mobile 2016 Review

PORT’s design editor Alyn Griffiths reflects on the best collections, exhibits and events from Milan’s Salone del Mobile 2016

Mutina: 10 Years of Innovation

Massimo Orsini, CEO of innovative ceramics marker Mutina, discusses the brand’s new collection with Barber & Osgerby

At this year’s Salone, HAY transformed a vast former sports hall into ten individually designed rooms

HAY: Contemporary Mid-Century Design

As Salone del Mobile 2016 draws to a close, Rolf and Mette Hay reflect on the success of their eponymous brand and how they deal with the heritage of Danish design

Finding Simplexity with Ora Ito and Cassina

At the Salone del Mobile 2016, designer Ora Ito takes PORT through his new chair for Italian brand Cassina, a project that has been almost four years in the making

Infra-Structure by Vincent Van Duysen for FLOS

Infra-Structure: Vincent Van Duysen and FLOS

At the launch of his two new lighting collections at Salone del Mobile 2016, Belgian architect Vincent Van Duysen talks to PORT about working with Italian lighting brand, FLOS

Sou Fujimoto's Forest of Light for COS, Salone del Mobile 2016

Sou Fujimoto at the Salone

Salone del Mobile 2016: Japanese architect Sou Fujimoto talks to PORT about his immersive new installation for COS in Milan

Waldermeyer's COG installation, mirrored to infinity, at the Spazio Rossana Orlandi

Officine Panerai: Light in Time

PORT speaks with Moritz Waldermeyer, the designer commissioned to create three innovative objects inspired by Florentine watchmaker Officine Panerai for the Salone del Mobile 2016

Michael Achenbaum

Raising The Curtain: Michael Achenbaum

PORT meets with property developer Michael Achenbaum as his new East London hotel and members club, The Curtain, nears completion

Chef Nobu & Japan’s Porcelain Island

Having established his eponymous restaurants on all five continents, PORT meets acclaimed chef Nobuyuki Matsuhisa as he turns his hand to tableware

Radio Rooftop bar at Milan Il Duca offers panoramic views over the city

Reviving Aldo Rossi’s Hotel

We speak to the Aldo Rossi disciple who helped redesign the master architect’s Hotel Duca in Milan

De Padova: Redesign for Living

PORT travels to Milan to experience the new Piero Lissoni-designed showroom of 60-year-old furniture brand De Padova

Photo credit: Arteh Odjidja

Salon QP 2015: Spiders, Icebergs & Dark Horses

From watches encased in icebergs, to mechanical spiders and a celebration of chronographs, Sam Kessler selects his highlights from London’s biggest watch fair, Salon QP

Celebrating Gio Ponti: Molteni&C

We take a look at the new Molteni&C furniture that celebrates the genius of the pioneering modernist Gio Ponti and eight decades of Italian design

Salon QP: Neomatik by NOMOS Glashütte

Sam Kessler discovers the Neomatik collection at Salon QP, a simple yet functional offering from German wathmacker NOMOS Glashütte