With a particular penchant for Greek mythology and Cecil Beaton, Luke Edward Hall is a designer whose work interprets history with color, playfulness and romanticism. Working across illustration, painting, ceramics and interior design, as well as brand collaborations on porcelain and embroidered slippers, the 30-year-old divides his time between London and—particularly this year—a cottage in countryside. What did you do last night? My boyfriend, Duncan, and I made a chicken pie for supper, and played with our new whippet, Merlin, with Poirot on in the background. I love Agatha Christie! We’d thought about getting a dog for a long time and now we’re in the middle of intense puppy training. Our flat in Camden is a shoebox. Here, there’s more space. This story is from Kinfolk Issue Thirty-Seven Buy Now Related Stories Arts & Culture Issue 43 Last Night What did Planningtorock do with their evening? Arts & Culture Issue 42 Last Night What did Drag Race winner Symone do with her evening? Arts & Culture Issue 41 Last Night What did creative director Pepi de Boissieu do with her evening? Arts & Culture Issue 40 Last Night What did digital strategist JiaJia Fei do with her evening? Arts & Culture Design Issue 39 Last Night What did designer Yinka Ilori do with his evening? Arts & Culture Design Issue 35 Last Night What did Danish design gallerist Rune Bruun Johansen do with his evening?