Introducing The T3 Edit: your essential guide to the best in high-end design

The T3 Edit brings you all that’s innovative, fresh-faced, and far-sighted in the world of luxury design and technology

The T3 Edit
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Introducing The T3 Edit in collaboration with Wallpaper*, a new channel that explores the very best blends of design, craft, and technology. Wallpaper* magazine is the world’s leading authority on contemporary design, offering a monthly edit of all that’s innovative, fresh-faced, and far-sighted. Wallpaper* covers art, architecture, fashion, design, travel, and technology; and The T3 Edit is the essential guide to what’s new and what’s next. 

Luxury isn’t about expense or ostentation; sustainable choices, materials experimentation and longevity are all part of the Wallpaper* world. Wallpaper* is delighted to support The T3 Edit with a discerning selection of all that’s best in high-end design, from large scale audio systems to Bluetooth speakers, from cutting edge cameras to hand-made guitars, from innovative cameras to crowdfunded gadgets, spectacular cycles, or low-key lighting. 

Wallpaper* is a global publication, equally at home exploring the latest flagship devices from the world’s biggest tech companies as it is working with smart start-ups looking to change the way we perceive the world. It delves into everything from the art of car design to the latest architectural innovations, from the revival of retro technology to new ways to dial back the digital world. 

The T3 Edit also looks at the people and designers behind the products, tracing the role of design, craft, and technique alongside the implementation of the very latest hardware and software. Whether it’s somewhere you live or something you listen to, or anything or anywhere in between, The T3 Edit is here to help you hunt out the very best. 

Jonathan Bell
Jonathan Bell

Jonathan Bell is Wallpaper* magazine’s Transport and Technology Editor, a role that encompasses everything from product design to automobiles, architecture, superyachts, and gadgets. He has also written a number of books, including Concept Car Design, 21st Century House, and The New Modern House. His interests include art, music, and all forms of ephemera. He lives in South London with his family.