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Entrepreneur, humanist and sustainability advocate, Yves Béhar believes that design is about questioning the status quo in order to move into the future.
Industrial production generates an unfathomable amount of waste. These designers are thinking circular to create new offerings from underutilized byproduct materials.
These noise-reducing products boost acoustic comfort in the workspace – no matter where that is.
11 furnishings meet the need for increasingly comfortable spaces, with voluminous forms, soft textures and cushy upholstery.
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’.
Through the eyes of its design partners and craftspeople, Axor shows that luxury today is about experience and individualization – not products.
Blume, comprised of chairs and coffee tables, brings versatility, comfort and elegance to restaurants, lounges and more.
Here are twelve products that will help you freshen up the look and maximize the functionality of your personal outdoor space.
To highlight the launch of its 27th product colour and finish, the Danish tap manufacturer set a wellness-focused stage in the Belgian countryside.
Only while working in the United States did Naoto Fukasawa become aware of his Japanese roots and their impact on his design process.
Stockholm – Frustrated with the furniture industry’s complex supply chain, the Swedish studio wants to offer their fans something more intimate.
Reykjavík – Icelandic designer Valdís Steinarsdóttir utilizes ASMR media as a solution to engage visitors at her DesignMarch 2020 exhibition, during our touchless times.
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