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Cologne – We saw space-creating panels for small dwellings and offices, age-old methods blended with cutting-edge techniques and everything in between.
Shanghai – Using their signature curved surfaces and layered elevations, Shanghai studio Wutopia Lab celebrated its first five years with a magical realist retrospective.
Paris – For Olivier Gabet, the director of the Musée des Arts Décoratifs, there's something timely about Tutto Ponti, the institution’s current exhibition.
Paris – Alexandre de Betak rewrote the fashion-show playbook. Now he wants to apply his rebellious approach to other fields.
Hannover – Flooring event Domotex 2019 is celebrating its capacity to connect global players – after all, they are expecting 38,000 visitors and more than 1,400 exhibitors.
Beijing – Atelier Tree tackles constraints imposed on makers of trade-fair stands: short construction times and tight budgets.
Eindhoven – From fish to palm leaves and linoleum, these proposals provide a potentially scalable alternative to the resource-guzzling cow leather industry.
Paris – Titled 3-8, the flexible installation by Leopold Banchini and Laure Jaffuel features a hidden office under the floor.
Amsterdam – In Amsterdam, the speakers brand geared up for the low temperatures with Comfy Season, a celebration of the things that make people want to stay in.
Hong Kong – Local design studio Ado Culture recreated a tenement building in order to tell the intricate story of a district’s relationship to a former police complex.
London – We spoke with Matteo Fogale about Hilos Invisibles and A Natural Collective, two complementary exhibitions that plan to showcase Uruguay’s burgeoning creative scene.
London – From poetic lions to agave guardians, from life-size typography to a ‘field’ of onions, here are some highlights to visit during this year’s London Design Festival.
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