Katrina Burroughs


Starchitect Daniel Libeskind’s Christmas showstopper

Daniel Libeskind, the visual virtuoso behind the renewal of the World Trade Center site, has the world dazzled by his multifaceted buildings and furniture. Now his gaze is fixed on topping New York’s famed Christmas tree. He takes Katrina Burroughs on an intellectual sleigh ride. Portrait by Bryan Derballa

Christopher Sharp’s favourite room

The tastemaker who co-founded The Rug Company opens the doors to the fresco-adorned hall that’s at the heart of his restored baroque palazzo in Malta. Photography by Ollie Clarke
Interior Design

The Brooklyn startup shaking up the world of wallpaper

Calico’s immersive, mural-style wallcoverings are the Savile Row suits of surface decoration. Until now they’ve been a trade secret, but collaborations with acclaimed creatives are set to propel the Brooklyn brand into the spotlight. Katrina Burroughs reports. Portrait by Nicholas Calcott
Interior Design

Memphis style rebooted

New technologies have kickstarted a design reboot of 1980s Memphis style, in all its technicolour, kitsch, hyper-patterned glory. Katrina Burroughs is dazzled by this bold riposte to minimalism

Suzanne Sharp’s west London

The co-founder of The Rug Company translates designs by the likes of Matthew Williamson and Vivienne Westwood into hand-knotted Tibetan-wool rugs and has 22 shops worldwide
Home Accessories

Tribal textiles

Virtuoso design and lyrical history delight two woven-art enthusiasts, who have created an exquisite and culturally rich collection, says Katrina Burroughs. Portrait by David Ellis

Shagreen furniture

Classical designs, whether art deco or 1970s, exude an exotic opulence when clad in this tactile finish, says Katrina Burroughs