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Milan Design Week’s Tokyo Story

Milan Design Week’s Tokyo Story

At Tokyo Imagine, taking place in Milan, star designers created furoshiki fabrics for a dining event that featured one of the world’s top chefs serving sushi, and pouring sake into cups designed by Patricia Urquiola.

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15 days ago

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Countdown to Milan: Who’s Doing What Where?

Countdown to Milan: Who’s Doing What Where?

Starting Monday, hundreds of designers will be out in force across the city, many of them launching new products for more than one brand. Here are 10 of the busiest design-stars working the crowds during Milan Design Week.

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18 days ago

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Countdown to Milan: 5 Hot Kitchens

Countdown to Milan: 5 Hot Kitchens

The kitchen biennial EuroCucina, at the Salone del Mobile, is a food lover’s paradise. Here are five new systems launching on April 8 at the fair and in the city, by Scavolini, Schiffini and more.

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25 days ago

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Shigeru Ban Wins the Pritzker Architecture Prize

Shigeru Ban Wins the Pritzker Architecture Prize

Renowned for his imaginative solutions to emergency shelters and low-tech architecture, the “paper” architect has been awarded the industry’s most prestigious award.

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29 days ago

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Countdown to Milan: Best British Design

Countdown to Milan: Best British Design

Now in its second year, EDIT by Designjunction, the London-born exhibition of 20-plus brands, will fill Palazzo Morando during Milan Design Week. Here are five designers – including Michael Young and Michael Sodeau – worth a look-see.

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March 20, 2014

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Countdown to Milan: 8 Not-To-Miss Launches

Countdown to Milan: 8 Not-To-Miss Launches

Milan Design Week kicks off on April 8. Here’s a preview of must-see products debuting around town – from Valcucine, Luceplan, Moroso, Glas Italia and more.

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March 17, 2014

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5 Things You Didn’t Know About Ron Thom

5 Things You Didn’t Know About Ron Thom

An exhibition at Toronto’s Gardiner Museum shines a light on one of Canada’s leading mid-century modern architects, and shows his obsession over every detail, right down to the ceramic ashtrays.

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March 14, 2014

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An Art Hotel With Street Cred

An Art Hotel With Street Cred

Located in London’s impossibly hip Shoreditch neighbourhood, the Ace Hotel expands on the edgy boutique concept pioneered by its late founder.

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March 11, 2014

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London Design Festival Report: 19 Standout Lines

London Design Festival Report: 19 Standout Lines

New talents, rising stars and promising brands – including Wrong for Hay, Joined + Jointed and Made in Ratio – at 100% Design and beyond.

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March 6, 2014

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The House That Snaps Together

The House That Snaps Together

Bone Structure, based in Laval, Quebec, has brought its patented construction to Ontario, with a model home going up in Caledon. Founder Marc Bovet shares how his company is revolutionizing the home construction biz.

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February 21, 2014

Section: Architecture

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