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Snøhetta Uses Rosy Arches to Anchor a London Aesop Flagship

Snøhetta Uses Rosy Arches to Anchor a London Aesop Flagship

Walls and arches tinted a rosy hue define the latest outpost of global beauty brand Aesop.

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17 days ago

Section: Interiors

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How Apparatu and Studio Furthermore are Pushing Material Boundaries

How Apparatu and Studio Furthermore are Pushing Material Boundaries

Apparatu and Studio Furthermore explore materials in unique ways: one using composite, the other volcanic ash. On the Kitchen Table Xavier Mañosa is founder of Apparatu, a design and ceramics…

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March 13, 2018

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How Designer Faye Toogood Put the Trade back in Trade Shows

How Designer Faye Toogood Put the Trade back in Trade Shows

Faye Toogood challenged 50 designers to determine the value of their own work by swapping one of their products for one of hers.

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February 27, 2018

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AAU Anastas’ While We Wait Builds and Breaks Down Walls

AAU Anastas’ While We Wait Builds and Breaks Down Walls

While We Wait is a tower of interlocking bricks is built from stones gathered from both sides of the West Bank.

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February 16, 2018

Section: Curiosity

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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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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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September 27, 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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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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Traditional Forms Inspired This Modern House in Slovenia

Traditional Forms Inspired This Modern House in Slovenia

A house in Slovenia, by Dekleva Gregorič, brings the old-world charm of the hearth to a modern kitchen.

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August 21, 2017

Section: Architecture

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Masterworks: John Pawson and London’s New Design Museum

Masterworks: John Pawson and London’s New Design Museum

With its interior wrapped in soft oak, the new Design Museum in London is proof John Pawson is still Britain’s guru of “the art of nothing.”

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April 28, 2017

Section: Architecture

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