Articles tagged Q&A

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Jo Nagasaka's design approach focuses on the 'renewal of knowledge'

Amsterdam – The new book of Jo Nagasaka / Schemata Architects reveals the designer's processes and inspiration in a series of personal essays and a timeline of creative projects.

 

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In conversation with the creators of Studio O+A's new book

San Francisco – Offering unique insight into their design firm, the O+A co-founders have curated an exceptional book about workspace design. We spoke to them to find out more.


Billboard: Summer Sale 17
Billboard: Summer Sale 17
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Five Days of Frame #116: Konstantin Grcic talks chairs

PEOPLE – Celebrated in our 20th anniversary issue as one of the 20 creatives defining tomorrow, the ‘Chair Man’ gets in the hot seat in this web exclusive interview.

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Noman Studio explodes the design box for Esprit x Opening Ceremony

AMSTERDAM – When designing a light-filled pop-up store for the light-hearted Esprit by Opening Ceremony collection, Noman Studio takes an origami approach.

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Uniqlo 5th Avenue gets a graphic grand statement

NEW YORK CITY – Dutch designer Sigrid Calon expands and abstracts Uniqlo’s logo into bold graphics for the new SuperGeometric collection and the Fifth Avenue store.

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Our houses are becoming more hybrid, say Werner Aisslinger and Tina Bunyaprasit

FRANKFURT – ‘It’s funny that we use uncomfortable materials like marble tile in the room where you’re naked.’ Studio Aisslinger breaks down design barriers in the bathroom.

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Five Days of Frame #115: Behind the scenes with the photographer of our Sabine Marcelis feature

ROTTERDAM – Photographer Floor Knaapen gives a behind-the-scenes exclusive from the Sabine Marcelis feature in our newly released March/April issue.

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Five Days of Frame #115: Q&A with Penda’s Chris Precht

BEIJING – Web-exclusive: we hear more from the man who led the design of the Hongkun Art Auditorium, featured in our March/April issue.

Billboard: CFE Goods 3
Billboard: CFE Goods 3
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Artist Satorua Aoyama stretches the limits of expression through embroidery

TOKYO – Where They Create: Japan, photographer Paul Barbera's new book, invites readers inside the studios of Japanese creatives. Here, we meet embroidery artist Satorua Aoyama.

Paul Barbera's book is a behind-the-scenes look at the creative process in Japan (photo: Josh Dickinson).
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Exploring Japanese creativity through the lens of photographer Paul Barbera

NEW YORK – Where They Create: Japan offers insight into the environments and working processes of the most creative minds in Japan. We caught up with the man behind the photos – Paul Barbera – …

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Interview with Sound Materials author: emphasising the importance of acoustics in spatial contexts

AMSTERDAM – Our latest book Sound Materials is released today. In this publication, the author Tyler Adams navigates the field of sound absorbing materials to present the definitive resource guide. …

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Erwan Bouroullec discusses the importance of acoustic intimacy

PARIS – Tyler Adams, the author of our soon-to-be-released new book Sound Materials, caught up with Erwan Bouroullec recently to discuss how the designer approaches the matter of acoustics. …