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Illustrations of an urban project show how CEBRA architect Mikkel Frost creates concepts through drawing

Our publication We Build Drawings provides insight into CEBRA architect Mikkel Frost’s creative process. We share depictions of the Danish firm’s Æbeløgade project, in Aarhus.

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'You have to accept the fact that you’ll never be totally satisfied with a design,' says Toshiyuki Kita

From his office in Osaka, industrial designer Toshiyuki Kita – surrounded by chairs, kitchen tools and robots that bear his signature – talks about ‘the appetite to accomplish better design’.

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'I think blood is a special and sacred material' says Jordan Eagles, who uses the medium for art

Made from animal blood, Jordan Eagles’ vibrantly visceral works have more to say about life than death.

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How artist Levi van Veluw recreated his childhood bedroom using 30,000 pieces of wood

Self-portraitist Levi van Veluw revisits his childhood – using only wooden blocks, balls and slats.

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Why Emmanuelle Moureaux uses colour as a spatial principle

Tokyo – Interviewed for our publication One Artist, One Material, artist, architect and designer Emmanuelle Moureaux makes colour her only medium.

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‘An object’s user experience will win the heart of its consumers,’ says Naoto Fukasawa

Only while working in the United States did Naoto Fukasawa become aware of his Japanese roots and their impact on his design process.

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‘The job of a good designer is not just to design but to understand the business of design,’ says Sebastian Wrong

London – In our publication What I’ve Learned: 28 Creatives Share Career-defining Insights, the Londoner shares his view on what it means to be a good designer.

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‘Being told something is impossible can be the shortest way to get a project going,’ thinks Tokujin Yoshioka

Just over 50 years of age, Tokujin Yoshioka reflects on a life dedicated to producing poetic designs in our publication What I’ve Learned: 28 Creatives Share Career-defining Insights.

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‘Art is about questioning things, not providing answers,’ says Dutch creative Germaine Kruip

Amsterdam – Relying heavily on the power of shadows, Germaine Kruip creates voids for her audience to fill.

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‘Our relationship with space has changed completely, because our perception of space has altered’

Bernard Tschumi talks about his days as a ‘paper architect’, his experiences with building in New York City and his dreams for the future.

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What brothers Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec have learned during the course of their design careers

From learning to sew to discovering American design: the Bouroullec brothers reflect on the encounters and influences that shaped their collaborative careers.

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Farm living changed the work – and design practice – of this Austria-based creative for the better

Sierning, Austria – Barbara Ambrosz, one half of the Austrian design practice's founding team, explains how life on a farm has changed her work forever.

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