Art, architecture and design

‘A machine for art’ – Renzo Piano‘s striking new building for the Whitney Museum in New York, and the limited-edition handbag his team designed for Max Mara to mark the opening. (Telegraph, May 2015)

Although he is perhaps the least known of the YBAs, Ian Davenport‘s colourful experiments with paint and movement are gorgeous. (Telegraph, May 2014)

At his studio in Seattle, Dale Chihuly explains how he has elevated the craft of glassblowing into art. (Telegraph, January2014)

On the eve of a new London exhibition, Anish Kapoor shows me round his studios while talking money, politics, family and his creative process. (Telegraph, October 2012)

Dotty artist Yayoi Kusama at work in her Tokyo studio and discussing her major retrospective at Tate Modern, and her collaboration with Louis Vuitton. (Telegraph, July 2012)

Celebrating ten years of architectural innovative at the Serpentine Pavilion, with Daniel Libeskind, Frank Gehry, Zaha Hadid and Jean Nouvel. (Telegraph, August 2010)

Keeping it minimal: John Pawson discusses his stripped back architectural style. (Telegraph, September 2010)

At home with Yoko Ono, an artist whose legacy will forever be shadowed by her marriage to John Lennon, but who is still working, performing and pushing at boundaries into her eighties. (Telegraph, September 2009)

How iPod inventor Jonathan Ive changed the way we listen to music. (Observer, November 2009)

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