Aljoud Lootah

Aljoud Lootah is one of Dubai’s leading designers, creating work that embraces traditional Emirati silhouettes and injects them with modern elements. Here she tells us about her practice.

Dina Nur Satti

Dina Nur Satti draws inspiration from her Sudanese and Somali heritage, rooted in ideas of womanhood and community. We asked her about her ceramics.

Faye Toogood

Faye Toogood’s practice works across sculpture, furniture, and fashion for clients such as Carhartt, Hermès, and Comme des Garçons. She tells us about her playful, yet serious style.

Hella Jongerius

Famous for her colorful Polder Sofa for Vitra, Hella Jongerius’s designs vary wildly from handcrafted one-offs to cabin interiors for KLM. She explains her research-led methodology.

Kim Colin

Kim Colin was the first woman Royal Designer for Industry. Her work with Industrial Facility combines simplicity, utility and intellectual rigor. This is what she says about it.

Anna Karlin

US-based British designer Anna Karlin thinks all forms of design should tell a story. Here she discusses good design, the importance of fashion, and why she would have loved to have worked with Ray Eames.

Jane Hall

Jane Hall is an author and founding member of Assemble, the UK-based, Turner Prize-winning collective. Here she tells us some of the things she learned about the world’s best women designers for her new book, Woman Made.

Lindsey Adelman

History, poetry, architecture, and modernism inform Lindsey Adelman’s sculptural designs. She tells us about her work, the importance of being nice, and the perils of generalization.