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Frame #112 – Jo Nagasaka of Schemata Architects reflects on how a lack of real-world training gives him a distinctive edge.
Developed in collaboration with Raphaël Pluvinage, Marion Pinaffo’s Papier Machine is a booklet of paper games designed to reveal the inner workings of electronic devices to players of all ages.
Alphabet is a bit like my own little theatre: the objects are the stars, and I am the director of the show. Alphabet is comprehensive.
Product and interior designer Kaja Dahl develops a furniture archetype that’s – literally – off the wall.
LONDON –This year’s London Design Festival sees Layer in both familiar and more foreign territories. The studio have launched a new collection of furniture with Fritz Hansen, making the team the …
TOKYO- Owned by Space Design Inc., Bunka Hostel Tokyo – bunka is Japanese for ‘culture’ – occupies an old seven-storey building in the city’s historical Asakusa district.
Top collectables fair Design Miami/Basel returned in June with a strong focus on mid-century-modern design.
The protagonist of identity exploration, status statements and political musicals: hair. In its countless mangled, tangled, spangled and spaghetti manifestations, hair is the subject of investigation …
At Hotel Cappuccino in Seoul, rooms dedicated to ‘free-cycling’ and ‘up-cycling’ appeal to eco-conscious travellers.
One of the many issues that puzzled Wittgenstein in Philosophical Investigations was the definition of colour – how, in speech, we sometimes fail to separate a colour from the object it’s meant …
BASEL – Maurice Mentjens, whose interior-design accolades include those for a café at the Bonnefanten Museum in Maastricht, has been visiting Art Basel since the 1990s.
Coating his latest furniture collection in crushed stones and crystals, New York designer Samuel Amoia promotes the healing power of materials.
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