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Junya Ishigama on the cover of the October 2019 issue of Azure Magazine. The Innovators Issue.
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October 2019

The Innovators Issue: Junya Ishigama's genre-busting architecture, Sidewalk Labs and the future of the city, and more!

Beat the heat 01
Dedon

1 City Camp by Dedon

Annette Hinterwirth’s all-in-one retreats accommodate relaxing, dining and sleeping. The garden swing with daybed (and rollaway mattress) comes in a canopy box that recalls explorers’ base camp set-ups, compelte with leather straps and stainless steel carabineers.

Beat the heat 02
Almedahls

2 Flinga by Almedahls

Wallpaper designer Iris Mashek’s foray into drapery is perfect for when you want to reduce glare without blocking out the sun. The polyester Trevira CS curtain is punctuated with a chaotic pattern of “snowflake flowers in space,” hence its name (Swedish for “flake”).

Beat the heat 03
Gandia Blasco

3 Bali by Gandia Blasco

Rather than reinvent the parasol, Odosdesign embraced it with a customizable, UV-resistant sunshade and a thermo-lacquered galvanized iron base that are as bare bones as you can get. Four earth-toned hues warm up the crank-operated shade.

Stadler Form

4 Q by Stadler Form

“An object – and a fan” is how the Swiss company describes Carlo Borer’s Q-shaped stainless steel and aluminum fan. It boasts a three-speed control, quiet mechanisms and height-adjustable rubber feet.

Excerpted from Here Comes the Sun in our May 2012 issue.

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