Articles tagged Product Design

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Need more time in nature? This system will help you break the barrier between indoors and out

Corradi’s self-sufficient structure Imago allows users to introduce wellness spaces, kitchens and bedrooms to their outdoor environments.

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Best Of: protective partition screens for the post-pandemic workspace

Divisions and distancing will make employees feel safer at work. Here are seven solutions to help companies reconfigure their offices.

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Best Of: interior products to help you level up your living spaces during quarantine

Here are eight products that will help you level up your living space, for enjoyment and functionality during and after sheltering at home.

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Lacking interior ambience? These customizable metallic sculptures may be the missing link

Spanish company Kriskadecor creates design solutions with anodized aluminium chain, which enable clients to transform spaces through colour, texture and volume. 

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To succeed post-pandemic, Italy’s furniture industry will need to rethink, not just restart, production

While it is understandable that Italian manufacturers are eager to recommence operations, they would be wise to take this time to redefine their business models.

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Best Of: outdoor fixtures and furniture to make your green spaces a bona fide retreat

We’ve gathered 11 products that will make social distancing from the comfort and safety of domestic outdoor spaces all the more enticing.

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Building a post-COVID furniture brand: service equals survival

Why brands should develop a post-ownership mindset that repositions them as a partner to customers, rather than producer.

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Building a post-COVID furniture brand: digitally distributed design

Why brands should be thinking digital first when it comes to the way they create their products and curate their talent.

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How to build a post-COVID furniture brand

With the industry’s key channels silenced and consumer behaviour destined to evolve post-lockdown, we set out our tactics for future relevance.

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How working in miniature helps Japanese potter Yuta Segawa create

Thinking in small scale gives Segawa more time to experiment with his craft, as he explains to Tom Morris in our publication New Wave Clay.

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Enter the open-door office: presenting the winning project of the Frame x Montana Challenge

Studio KBB and Tanita Klein rose to the challenge, creating a concept for a colourful fluid office lobby that will be built for Copenhagen’s 3daysofdesign.

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This Korean artist uses an unlikely household material to sculpt ceramics: kitchen roll

For his ceramic work, Jongjin Park uses a technique that can require up to 1,000 paper towels. Park is featured in our publication New Wave Clay.

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