Natalia Rachlin, Architectural Digest

Natalia Rachlin

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United Kingdom

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Past articles by Natalia:

Faye Toogood Blends British Landscapes and Brutalist Architecture at Mulberry's Regent Street Store

The multidisciplinary designer has designed Mulberry's new global flagship → Read More

&Tradition Takes Over a 1913 Copenhagen Townhouse for a New Kind of Showroom

Vintage reissues and contemporary pieces brush shoulders in the stylish space → Read More

Paul Nulty, the Designer Behind Lighting for Nike, Burberry, and Soho House, Shares His Bright Ideas

As one of the most dexterous and in-demand lighting design consultancies of the moment, the London firm Nulty has worked on lighting solutions across retail (from high street to high-end), hospitality, residential, and even the public sector, counting both the United Nations and the London Underground as clients. Be it innovative (and often neon) solutions for Nike; slick setups for Burberry,… → Read More

Sybarite's Simon Mitchell on How to Create Destination Retail Stores in an E-commerce Era

The designer behind outposts for the likes of Marni and Joseph doesn't think brick-and-mortar is going anywhere soon → Read More


Dubai Design Week: Young designers redefine innovation

Bright ideas from the world's most promising young designers take the spotlight at the Global Grad Show, as part of the annual Dubai Design Week. → Read More


John Pawson photographs the world in living color

In "Spectrum," London-based architect and designer John Pawson, known for his minimalist approach, explores color. → Read More

Year & Day is Making it Simpler Than Ever to Set a Chic Table

Meet Year & Day: a new brand bringing European-made ceramics and flatware to your table at unbeatable prices, in a way simpler fashion than you're used to → Read More

The Art and Design That Two Young British Creatives Want Now

Design duo Campbell-Rey selects the crème de la crème from this year's fair → Read More

Design Frontiers Spotlights Forward-Thinking Designers to Watch

Design Frontiers spotlights innovative figures in the design world → Read More


Kengo Kuma: 'I want to merge buildings into the environment'

Embracing natural materials and light, Japanese architect Kengo Kuma is known for buildings that, above all, bring comfort to their inhabitants. → Read More


World's first all-porcelain courtyard revealed at Victoria and Albert Museum

The V&A's new Exhibition Road Quarter, designed by Amanda Levete, is paved with 11,000 handmade porcelain tiles. → Read More


Victoria and Albert Museum opens porcelain courtyard

The V&A's new Exhibition Road Quarter, designed by Amanda Levete, is paved with 11,000 handmade porcelain tiles. → Read More

A New Destination for Shopping Finely Crafted Handmade Products

Popping up in New York this week is HAND, a one-off, shoppable showcase of emerging art, design, and lifestyle brands that promises to be packed with objects for the home, wares for the wardrobe, accessories, and even beauty essentials. Taking over a 2,000-square-foot loft in West Chelsea, HAND unites more than 20 designers and producers who all value the handmade, offering them a unique… → Read More

Lose Yourself in London's Chicest Flower Show

Inside the city’s most Instagram-friendly hotspot as it overflows with blossoms designed by 5 superstar florists → Read More

9 Incredible Examples of Mobile Architecture

From tiny wooden summertime abodes in Finland to tricycle RV-style campers, “mobitecture” is really going places → Read More

The World's 10 Most Incredible Buildings Made Entirely of Wood

From Sweden to Thailand, these stunning structures prove the inimitability of natural materials in architecture → Read More


Artificial intelligence and off-grid living: Top designers imagine the year 2066

Today's leading design thinkers, makers, movers and shakers present products and predictions for life in 2066. → Read More


Is design as good as gold? Experts share their tips for entering the market

As Design Miami kicks off, four design world insiders weigh in on state of the market and the best ways for first-time buyers to dive in. → Read More


Haute happy hour: Top designers turn their creativity to cocktails

As part of the London Design Festival, Brompton Design District has asked designers to craft their own cocktails. → Read More


Designing 'Utopia': 37 countries showcase their visions at the inaugural London Design Biennale

The inaugural edition of the London Design Biennale kicked-off at Somerset House yesterday, showcasing newly commissioned works and installations by leading designers, architects, artists, thinkers and institutions, representing 37 nations from six continents. → Read More