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The digital exhibition DNA provides a new online format that explores contemporary design by looking into the materials, processes, colours and functionality of over 80 design projects, including the works of Ini Archibong, Virgil Abloh, Jaime Hayon, Gaetano Pesce and more. In a collective effort between Friedman Benda, Galerie kreo, and Salon 94 Design, this project spotlights 26 designers, alongside 28 comparative essays by curator and writer Glenn Adamson. DNA highlights the networks which exist within the world of contemporary design, showcasing how these objects exist in tandem with one another. It is also an online space to browse and shop for design objects and furniture.

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