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How Rachel Griffin Builds Sleekness and Functionality into Objects

How Rachel Griffin Builds Sleekness and Functionality into Objects

Rachel Griffin channels her graphic design training to give simple objects uncommonly sleek silhouettes. We peek into her process.

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November 3, 2017

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Dori Tunstall Wants to Decolonize Design Education

Dori Tunstall Wants to Decolonize Design Education

Here’s how the dean of design at OCAD University in Toronto is advocating for respectful design – and why cultural readdressing matters more than ever.

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November 1, 2017

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Milan’s Studiopepe Uses the Sun to Create Cyan-Saturated Sculptures

Milan’s Studiopepe Uses the Sun to Create Cyan-Saturated Sculptures

Milan’s Studiopepe explores the elemental relationship between sunlight and surface in a new collection of enigmatic sculptures.

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October 25, 2017

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Teknion’s Zones Collection: At Home in the Office

Teknion’s Zones Collection: At Home in the Office

In 2014, Teknion teamed up with Luke Pearson and Tom Lloyd to explore design concepts that would support new workplace behaviours.

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October 23, 2017

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Todd Bracher is Creating an ‘International Brand Language’ for HBF

Todd Bracher is Creating an ‘International Brand Language’ for HBF

Todd Bracher has injected a new kind of energy at HBF with a host of fresh talent. “I wanted to get married to a handful of designers,” says Todd Bracher….

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October 23, 2017

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Dutch Design Week’s Pavilion Takes Recycle, Reduce, Reuse to New Levels

Dutch Design Week’s Pavilion Takes Recycle, Reduce, Reuse to New Levels

The centrepiece of Dutch Design Week is the People’s Pavilion, a bold, temporary experiment in material reuse.

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October 20, 2017

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Cerith Wyn Evans Is Making Neon Art in a Post-Bulb World

Cerith Wyn Evans Is Making Neon Art in a Post-Bulb World

Give Cerith Wyn Evans two kilometres of neon tubing, and here’s what he can do.

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October 18, 2017

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How Nienkämper’s Cern Table Evolved into a Versatile Collection

How Nienkämper’s Cern Table Evolved into a Versatile Collection

Furniture is not always used as intended. It can evolve, just as Nienkämper’s Cern did.

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October 16, 2017

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The Best of EDIT, Toronto’s Future-Friendly Design Festival

The Best of EDIT, Toronto’s Future-Friendly Design Festival

EDIT, the Toronto design gathering that concluded on October 8, billed itself as the “Festival of the Future.” But it was impossible to separate it from the present.

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October 12, 2017

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Body, Object, Enclosure Explores Digital Fabrication in Interior Design

Body, Object, Enclosure Explores Digital Fabrication in Interior Design

Digital fabrication is leaving an indelible mark on the creative landscape, and as technologies continue to advance, there are many changes to expect.

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October 11, 2017

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