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Lemgo, Germany – As a relative newcomer to Germany’s furniture sector, Freifrau makes femininity its point of difference.
Kaunas, Lithuania – Spatial solutions company Fitsout breaks new ground with the release of a theatrical furniture collection that represents the future of the national design …
BANGKOK – Rising consumer demand for health-focused services means that the design infrastructure must adapt accordingly, as demonstrated by Space Popular for Infinity Spa.
COPENHAGEN – What does Muuto’s purchase by US-based Knoll mean for a company that adheres strictly to its Scandinavian roots?
Ljubljana, Slovenia – Although not a fan of tight schedules, designer Nika Zupanc fits everything from exercise to music into her day – all before six in the evening.
Madrid – In Frame 122, we look at surfaces and materials that are not what they seem: from Kengo Kuma’s hardwood veneers to Onno Adriaanse’s foam shelving.
OBJECTS – Creatives are repurposing building materials to bridge architecture and product design with an array of noteworthy and unexpected pieces of furniture.
Dubai – The Bulgari Resort Dubai is an intimate oasis of luxury because of two Italian powerhouses – Flexform and Antonio Citterio Patricia Viel.
New York City – As the redefinition of luxury leads to an increase in customized products, architects are collaborating with furniture brands for one-of-a-kind results.
As employers around the world invest in spaces that promote productivity and well-being, Andreu World introduces furniture that responds to modern office needs.
Stockholm – Bolon’s flooring materials become a ‘forest’ of tubes hanging from the ceiling; Luca Nichetto designs a bar in the spirit of Stonehenge.
Guangzhou, China – CIFF draws on consumer trends in fashion to offer its 190,000 visitors a look into the present and future of the industry.
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