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Grcic’s Magical Noctambule Light Nearly Disappears When Turned Off

Grcic’s Magical Noctambule Light Nearly Disappears When Turned Off

The German designer has channelled old-school craftsmanship to produce a light that can disappear … almost.

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17 days ago

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8 Material-Based Designers at London Design Festival 2017

8 Material-Based Designers at London Design Festival 2017

A number of studios exhibiting at the London Design Festival are pushing boundaries by exploring natural materials, from mushrooms to acid.

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24 days ago

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Why We’re Looking Forward to IDS Vancouver

Why We’re Looking Forward to IDS Vancouver

IDS Vancouver 2017 launches with its opening night party this Thursday evening, with trade day opening the show proper the following morning. Here are a few highlights.

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26 days ago

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What to See in Bologna During Cersaie 2017

What to See in Bologna During Cersaie 2017

Cersaie 2017 will attract over 100,000 visitors in Bologna next week. It may be less flashy than other trade shows, but the expo is one of the most influential on the circuit for tile surfacing and bathroom furniture.

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30 days ago

Rado Unveils Exclusive Timepieces Created in Collaboration with International Designers

Rado Unveils Exclusive Timepieces Created in Collaboration with International Designers

The Swiss luxury watchmaker has collaborated with Samuel Amoia, Rainer Mutsch, and design trio Big Game.

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September 20, 2017

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London Design Festival 2017 Goes Big at the V&A

London Design Festival 2017 Goes Big at the V&A

The London Design Festival is hosting a half-dozen exhibits at the V&A – from a bionic chandelier to massive glass intrusions – that prove the event is now an essential showcase for innovations in materials, sustainability and construction.

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September 19, 2017

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Out Now: The Trends Issue

Out Now: The Trends Issue

In Azure’s October 2017 issue, now on newsstands, we devote our annual trends report to the design heroes who are building their businesses around circular economies. As well as spotlighting these innovators, we also debate architecture’s great failure: gender inequality in the field.

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September 18, 2017

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London Design Festival in the Age of Brexit

London Design Festival in the Age of Brexit

On September 16, the doors open for one of the world’s largest forums for design talent. Yet many participants of the 15th annual London Design Festival are questioning, for how long?

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September 12, 2017

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Three Urban Interventions Place Familiar Functions in Unorthodox Places

Three Urban Interventions Place Familiar Functions in Unorthodox Places

Three urban interventions – in Spain, Denmark and Zurich – that place conventional spaces in curious settings.

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September 7, 2017

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Hay Kitchen Market: Our 5 Favourite Products

Hay Kitchen Market: Our 5 Favourite Products

Hay Kitchen Market, launched recently at the MoMA Design Store in New York, brings charm, quirk and functionality to cooking and eating.

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August 30, 2017

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