From Japan with Love: Kitani’s Danish design classics

From Japan with Love: Kitani’s Danish design classics

For over 20 years now, craftsmanship-led Japanese furniture manufacturer Kitani has been bringing a considered edit of mid-century Danish classics back to life, to the delight of design-lovers worldwide. Read
Material Tendencies: Philippe Starck

Material Tendencies: Philippe Starck

Rather than trying to create beautiful objects, the French designer and architect considers it his duty to invent things that make life better for the largest number of people possible. He believes that the existence of an object is only justified when it serves others - or in the best case - when it ends up leaving behind something for others to develop further.
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A Bigger Splash: The public outdoor pools making waves

A Bigger Splash: The public outdoor pools making waves

Outdoor swimming is experiencing a watery renaissance, with a raft of noteworthy projects allowing bathers to do it the natural way, even in the most urban of contexts. Come on in. The water’s great.
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The Right Stuff: Sylvain Willenz

The Right Stuff: Sylvain Willenz

His raft of enviable collaborations with the likes of Cappellini and Established & Sons, and, more recently, Retegui, Menu and Objekten, are testimony to the fact that Brussels-based designer Sylvain Willenz creates Things That People Actually Want.
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Material Tendencies: Richard Hutten

Material Tendencies: Richard Hutten

Richard Hutten is known for his playful approach to design. Always wondering how he might add something fresh and unusual, his aim is to create new possibilities to the already existing. His works reflect his personal signature, which might be described as optimistic, fun, friendly and surprising.
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