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Junya Ishigama on the cover of the October 2019 issue of Azure Magazine. The Innovators Issue.
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The Innovators Issue: Junya Ishigama's genre-busting architecture, Sidewalk Labs and the future of the city, and more!

1 Oskar by B&B Italia
The glass top of Vincent Van Duysen’s emerald green table, in square or two rectangular or sizes, appears to hover over the legs, in natural or lacquered wood. Other top options include white Statuarietto marble, black Marquinia marble, natural woods or lacquered finishes.

 

2 Bertoia by Knoll
In celebration of the centennial of Harry Bertoia’s birth, Knoll has released an anniversary edition of his classic side chair, this time in chromium-plated steel with a polypropylene seat in different colours. Also available as a stool, Bertoia suits the home or the office.

 

3 Satori by Ligne Roset
Defined by its thick, lacquered top and six Japanese-style legs, Mikado is a round ash dining table that can transform into an oval through an integrated folding extension. Various woods and finishes are available.

 

4 Belleville by Vitra
This slender and sophisticated seat, with or without armrests, is the Bouroullec brothers’ latest product for Swiss manufacturer Vitra. With a frame in polyamide, Bellevelle boasts a number of material options for the seat, from plywood to upholstery. It suits a variety of residential or hospitality environments.

 

5 Memo by Lema
Piero Lissoni’s four-metre long table is made up of a metal base in the finishes of matte brushed aluminum, lacquered red and black lacquer, and a thermally treated oak top. Memo suits contract and residential environments.

 

6 Dent Dressed by Bla Station
The latest evolution of the wrinkly Dent chair by Stockholm’s o4i (office for ideas) comprises a layer-glued, compression-moulded seat shell covered in fabric, and a frame in lacquered steel or green chrome.

 

7 Cuckoo by Magis
This 120-centimetre diameter dining table is the latest addition to Konstantin Grcic’s The Wild Bunch collection for Magis. As with all the pieces in the line, it combines a solid beech frame with injection-moulded polypropylene joints.

 

8 Alfi by Emeco
Pennsylvania’s Emeco invited Jasper Morrison to design a line of chairs, counter and bar stools, and three-seat benches in reclaimed and responsible materials. In a palette of five earth tones, the seats with ash wood bases come in two heights with high or low backrests and an elliptical opening for ease of transport.

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