Articles tagged Objects

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Even Dior Homme’s travel cases have travel cases

OBJECTS – Bonsoir Paris creates a set of modular travelling retail cases for the Dior Homme Made to Order Exotique Collection.

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Humans are like hamsters – and Govert Flint wants to enrich our cages

AMSTERDAM – Three Enriched Office environments at Schiphol airport use waterbenches and UV tables for greater attentiveness and improved workflow.

Billboard: Out Now Studio O+A
Billboard: Out Now Studio O+A
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Neolith® stone is gourmet stone

NEW MILTON, ENGLAND – The material sets the stage for the restaurant and cookery school at five-star luxury hotel Chewton Glen.

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LiquenLAV turns a small restaurant into a Tetris game

SORÍA, Spain – Pizzeria or puzzle? Valentín Sanz combines spatial efficiency and playfulness in his latest project: Pivvzza.

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Normann Copenhagen’s designs respond to social settings – just as people do

COPENHAGEN – At CPH:DOX, Normann Copenhagen demonstrates the transformative power of its furniture to adapt to different social functions.

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Vitamin balances ceramic components in the process of crafting its iconic luminaire

LONDON – Clean lines and a strong silhouette characterise K Lamp, a design that was borne out of British product design brand Vitamin’s desire to develop a lamp with a crisp, …

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IMM's emerging designers deconstruct production processes

COLOGNE – This year’s emerging designers at IMM re-examine production processes and interrogate what it means to improve everyday objects.

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A project by Sander Wassink adds Moroccan spice to a Gispen classic

FURNITURE – In Contrabande, Sander Wassink adds a little flavour to the W.H. Gispen Diagonal chair.

Billboard: Out Now Book Schemata
Billboard: Out Now Book Schemata
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Young designers pump up the music at home, at work and on the fly

TECHNOLOGY – Instead of trying to dampen noise in interior spaces, some designers are actually adding sound to our lives.

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Lamps by DAE students intensify our bond with products that respond to touch

TECHNOLOGY – The almost unconscious act of switching on the light takes an interesting turn in lamps by two graduates of Design Academy Eindhoven.

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Technology moves, reacts and pretends to be human – so what can it do for us?

TECHNOLOGY – Perhaps the greatest point of friction between man and machine is not hardware but software, which may replace its organic counterpart in terms of automated production …

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In a world of diminishing resources, modular construction proves its worth

TECHNOLOGY – Suitable for everything from fashion to furniture, modular systems meet the needs of both designer and user.