Honoring Women’s History Month
In honor of Women’s History Month, the Interior Design team is celebrating women-led projects and products, as well as innovators and creatives in the field. See our full coverage of women-led projects, panels, and interviews here.
Carpenters Workshop Gallery New York gives credit where due to women who pushed forward the design narrative, often quietly, in an upcoming two-part exhibition. Read more
Since starting her eponymous New York City atelier in 2005, Christina Z Antonio has been fusing luxe materials into architectural hardware, lighting, and furniture. Read more
Charlene Prempeh, founder of A Vibe Called Tech (a creative agency that explores the intersection of Black creativity, culture, and innovation) discusses her work in this interview with Interior Design. Read more
For womenswear brand FLORA&aiLEY, woman-led firm JYDP sought to showcase the company’s ethos, melding practicality with creativity. Read more
Landscape architect Mia Lehrer speaks about her early reverence for environmentalism, advocacy as a foundation of her practice, and the necessity and value of women supporting other women. Read more
“Fields, Fragments, Fictions,” running March 26 to July 24, encompasses 70 Zoe Zenghelis (co-founder of OMA) paintings and drawings categorized into four areas of practice, including her work in OMA’s early urban projects, such as the firm’s 1975 proposal for the Hotel Sphinx in Times Square, and as co-creator and teacher of the Color Workshop at London’s Architectural Association School of Architecture. Read more
‘Bridget Riley: Perceptual Abstraction’ Opens at the Yale Center for British Art in New Haven, Connecticut
The op art visionary’s investigation of color and geometry is the subject of a sweeping seven-decade survey that runs March 3 through July 24 at the Yale Center for British Art in New Haven, Connecticut. Read more
See highlights from International Women’s Day at Giants of Design 2022. Read more
Dani Arps, cofounder of Artisan, talks with Interior Design about challenging the generic office design. Read more
Designer Lara Bohinc talks about her creative process across mediums, from jewelry to furniture design. Read more
The Female Founders of Sprüth Magers Gallery Present an Exhibition of Leading Women Artists at Gallery 181 in San Francisco
Gallery 181 in San Francisco showcases ground-breaking works by leading women artists including Cao Fei, Jenny Holzer, Karen Kilimnik, and Louise Lawler.. Read more
Ethiopian-American artist Helina Metaferia celebrates Black women activists in two solo shows. Read more
In case you missed it, founders of the women-owned Egg Collective unveiled new furnishings late last year. Read more
Lindsey Adelman’s Paradise collection explores ideas of texture and metals. Read more
Architect Cécilia Gross designs sustainable projects that start small but engender oversize eco-positive results. Read more
New York-based interior designer Lula Galeano has built a large portfolio of retail and domestic spaces, which reflect her dedication to bringing to life each client’s narrative and needs. Read more
Sisters and architects, Anda and Jenny French, share insights on their latest projects, preservation and authorship in architecture, and the enduring spell of the film “Beetlejuice.” Read more
Behind the Mic: Get to Know Susan Fernandez of ‘The Design Board’ Podcast
The Design Board podcast cohost Susan Fernandez, vice president at UpSpring PR, shares sources of unexpected design inspiration, podcast tips, and more.
10 Questions With… Furniture Artist Caleb Ferris
Furniture artist Caleb Ferris creates tongue-in-cheek designs that bring a sense of humor to the world of contemporary collectible design.
Unique Martin Puryear Sculpture Debuts at Storm King Art Center
Martin Puryear, perhaps best know for sculpting in wood, debuts his first brick sculpture, Lookout, at Storm King Art Center in New Windsor, New York.