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A/D/O Is Part Co-Working Space, Part Clubhouse for Designers

A/D/O Is Part Co-Working Space, Part Clubhouse for Designers

The maker movement is proving to be a boon for local economic growth. A/D/O in Brooklyn, New York, is tapping that potential with a collaborative hub for designers of every stripe.

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26 days ago

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How Stellar Works Is Redefining ‘Made in China’

How Stellar Works Is Redefining ‘Made in China’

Another kind of manufacturing is happening in the land of mass production: Stellar Works raises the bar with quality handcrafted furniture built in Shanghai.

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27 days ago

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Othr Uses 3-D Printing to Produce Great Design with Zero Waste

Othr Uses 3-D Printing to Produce Great Design with Zero Waste

Joe Doucet has turned his attention to retail with Othr, a virtual store that 3-D prints accessories on demand.

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29 days ago

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Dyson’s Next Trick: Lighting

Dyson’s Next Trick: Lighting

What’s next after the LED revolution? Jake Dyson says there are many more ways to save energy without compromising on illumination.

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May 24, 2017

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Bold Graphics Transform a Wastewater Plant in Spain

Bold Graphics Transform a Wastewater Plant in Spain

To revitalize a wastewater treatment station near Oviedo, Spain, Padilla Nicás arquitectos used one material: paint.

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May 23, 2017

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Designer Profile: Francesco Meda

Designer Profile: Francesco Meda

Get to know Francesco Meda, the Milanese talent carving his own niche while also collaborating with his father, Alberto Meda.

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May 22, 2017

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Yves Béhar Is Designing for Old Age

Yves Béhar Is Designing for Old Age

The seniors boom has spurred on tech startups to invest in aging. Yves Béhar’s Fuseprojects is developing an undergarment that adds muscular support to enhance mobility.

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May 17, 2017

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Our Editors’ Guide to NYCxDesign 2017

Our Editors’ Guide to NYCxDesign 2017

Celebrating the best design from around the world, NYCxDESIGN has grown exponentially over the past five years. The event reaches over five boroughs and nearly the entire month of May. As this year’s three-week run wraps up, here are four events, installations and pop-ups you don’t want to miss.

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May 16, 2017

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Sage Advice from Patricia Urquiola

Sage Advice from Patricia Urquiola

At the height of her career, Spanish architect and designer Patricia Urquiola stops to reflect on what matters.

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May 15, 2017

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The Dynamism of Raw Color Studio

The Dynamism of Raw Color Studio

Crafting everything from textiles to brand identity to a new carpet collection for Nanimarquina, Christoph Brach and Daniera ter Haar mix product making and graphic expression in whole new ways.

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May 12, 2017

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