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A Kit-of-Parts Kitchen that Can Move With You

A Kit-of-Parts Kitchen that Can Move With You

Italian designer Riccardo Randi’s nomadic kitchen comes flat-packed and can be put together – and taken apart – in less than two hours. You can’t take it with you is a proverb…

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5 days ago

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Batay-Csorba Architects Creates Interactive Facades that Invite Engagement

Batay-Csorba Architects Creates Interactive Facades that Invite Engagement

Toronto firm Batay-Csorba Architects blurs the line between public and private spaces with interactive facades that warrant a second look from passers-by.

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7 days ago

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Cutting Corners: 3 Curvy Collections from Alain Gilles

Cutting Corners: 3 Curvy Collections from Alain Gilles

It’s a big year for Belgian designer Alain Gilles, who has launched a slew of curvaceous new products including a foosball table, a furniture series for Vincent Sheppard, and the inaugural collection for kitchen accessories brand Evolution.

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8 days ago

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Caruso St John Transforms Warehouse for Kvadrat Soft Cells

Caruso St John Transforms Warehouse for Kvadrat Soft Cells

British firm Caruso St John transforms an industrial warehouse into a serenely simple research and design space for Kvadrat Soft Cells.

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23 days ago

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NeoCon 2017: Our Favourite Office Design Debuts

NeoCon 2017: Our Favourite Office Design Debuts

From June 12 to 14, Chicago’s Merchandise Mart was packed with a plethora of new, innovative and eye-catching solutions for office spaces. Here are five launches we’re excited about.

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June 20, 2017

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Designing Objects with Human Emotions

Designing Objects with Human Emotions

With technology fully embedded into our lives, designers are finding ways to reintroduce human emotion into objects.

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June 14, 2017

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Designer Werner Aisslinger Imagines the House of the Future

Designer Werner Aisslinger Imagines the House of the Future

Visionary Werner Aisslinger imagines domestic life in the coming decades, where furniture grows like trees and robots tend to the vegetable garden.

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June 12, 2017

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Pratt Institute Students Propose Design Solutions for Alzheimer’s Patients

Pratt Institute Students Propose Design Solutions for Alzheimer’s Patients

At ICFF, Pratt Institute students won an Editors’ Award for ‘Design for the Mind’ – their collection of compassionate designs for Alzheimer’s patients and caregivers.

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May 29, 2017

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Fashion Designer Pauline van Dongen Is Revolutionizing Wearable Tech

Fashion Designer Pauline van Dongen Is Revolutionizing Wearable Tech

Maker of condom-inspired athletic wear and denim jackets that give hugs, Dutch designer Pauline van Dongen tells Azure why she’s imbuing fashion with interactive and response technologies.

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May 11, 2017

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This Melbourne Showroom Flaunts the Beauty of Concrete Materials

This Melbourne Showroom Flaunts the Beauty of Concrete Materials

When called upon to design a showroom for bespoke concrete producer Anston Architectural, Dan Gayfer Design responded with a plan that saw the industrial material highlighted through a series of thoughtful applications.

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May 3, 2017

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