Sarah Housley

Sarah’s area of expertise is design futures, technology and materials innovation. As Senior Editor - Lifestyle, she oversees WGSN's Lifestyle directories, including Food & Drink, Experience Design, Automotive, Pets and Wellness.

151 posts  |  Last entry May 19, 2017


London Design Festival 2017 Preview

Installations at London's best venues by some of the buzziest names in design can only mean one thing: LDF has announced its 2017 agenda. WGSN's Sarah Housley explores the highlights so far

Amazon and the race towards the intelligent home

The intelligent home: meet the new wave of tech that does everything from offer fashion advice to delivering home entertainment systems of the future.

The rise of colour tripping

From art exhibitions to wellness, colour-based experiences are gaining ground. WGSN's Sarah Housley explores the trend

Corian Cabana Club: maximalist interiors at Milan Design Week

Corian and Cabana's fresh collaboration celebrates multicultural, maximalist pattern for the home. WGSN's Sarah Housley reports

Lexus Yet: innovation

Lexus wows at Milan Design Week 2017

For Lexus YET, MIT materials innovator Neri Oxman contrasts ancient with modern. WGSN's Sarah Housley reports

SXSW: Tech’s mindful mood

Meditation has a small but powerful presence at this year's conference, across start ups and brand activations. WGSN's Sarah Housley reports

SXSW: Behind the scenes with Google & Levi’s connected clothing

Google and Levi's push wearable tech forward with a major announcement at SXSW. WGSN's Sarah Housley reports

The theme restaurant is back – with a bang

High-concept and high-theatre, theme restaurants are back in the spotlight. WGSN's Sarah Housley counts down five of the latest global hotspots.

Greenery in London: Airbnb & Pantone’s Outside In House

The plant-filled pop up home explores fresh starts and the power of nature - and can be booked via Airbnb. WGSN's Sarah Housley reports

Maison & Objet 2017: Clean is the new cool

At the Paris interiors show, cleaning and laundry products have moved into the spotlight. WGSN's Sarah Housley reports

Wearable tech has become beautiful. So now what?

This was a quiet year for wearable tech at CES - but the products are better than ever. Where does the industry go next? WGSN's Sarah Housley reports

Here’s why all the robots at CES 2017 are hyper-cute

The tech trade show is populated with adorable home robots this year - and the timing is no coincidence. WGSN's Sarah Housley reports live from CES 2017