About Dominic Lutyens

Dominic Lutyens is a London-based journalist who writes about design, architecture, art and fashion for the Guardian, the Telegraph, the Financial Times (including How To Spend It), Elle Decoration, Grand Designs magazine, Blueprint and US interiors magazine Dwell. He is also the co-author with Kirsty Hislop of the book, 70s Style & Design (Thames & Hudson), which has been translated into French,

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Where the hell did poetry go?: Hind Rabii

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Dominic Lutyens

27.09.2016

Moroccan-born, Belgian-based industrial designer HIND RABII gets all lyrical about light.

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Curves Ahead: Erik Bagger

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Dominic Lutyens

09.06.2016

Danish brand Erik Bagger is nothing if not consistent. The organic language of its glass and tableware finds new expression in its furniture designs.

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Kitchen Stories

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Dominic Lutyens

18.05.2016

Recent years have seen the kitchen become the non plus ultra of socialising spaces within the domestic sphere. Such a development is in no small part thanks to premium manufacturer ARCLINEA, which delivers kitchen environments that make you linger

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Have a Seat

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Dominic Lutyens

27.04.2016

A combination of skillfully combined materials such as plastic, wood and metal make PEDRALI's contract-furniture collection functional and versatile like no other.

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Architecture Iran

Dominic Lutyens

26.01.2016

With Iran coming in from the cold, as it were, the heat is definitely on in terms of its architectural scene. Then again, many argue that the straitened era of sanctions has itself provided fertile creative ground for young Iranian architects.

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Feeding off the Past

Dominic Lutyens

15.12.2015

An international trend for new restaurants occupying converted spaces that retain key aspects of their original interior-architectural fabric sees diners dining out on past architectural glory.

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A Bigger Splash

Dominic Lutyens

21.07.2015

Outdoor swimming is experiencing a watery renaissance, with a raft of noteworthy projects allowing bathers to do it the natural way, even in the most urban of contexts. Come on in. The water’s great.

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Less is More: bigging up micro-architecture

Dominic Lutyens

14.06.2015

Sustainability, cost-efficiency and space are just some of the factors driving an international renaissance in pocket-sized architecture that’s big on expression and style.

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Made in Brooklyn

Dominic Lutyens

05.05.2015

Brooklyn is only a short distance from Manhattan yet it has its own, highly distinctive identity. Talk to Brooklyn’s tight-knit but burgeoning community of designer-makers and you get the impression that this New York borough is widely seen as more

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