In Rude Health: new wellness projects

In Rude Health: new wellness projects

The word itself may have been coined relatively recently, but the ritual of 'wellness' – as a means of rejuvenating mind and body – has a long and healthy tradition. This hasn't, as a number of recent projects demonstrate, stopped a bevy of architects internationally from rethinking how we take to the waters. Read
Vintage Scandinavian furniture

Vintage Scandinavian furniture

It’s a real phenomenon, an undeniable success. How did designers from different countries who share common values, manage to create a style more than sixty years ago, that retains a remarkably modernist appeal, and continues to fuel the demand for reissued furniture?
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Parking Systems by Wöhr Make the Most of Every Last Inch of Space

Parking Systems by Wöhr Make the Most of Every Last Inch of Space

When the first ‘modern automobile’ was introduced to the world, it was the year 1886. The ultramodern horseless vehicle would remain the exception for a number of years, and parking problems were unknown, and still a long way off. Wöhr was founded in 1902, just 16 years later – albeit as an ordinary metalworking shop and not as an originator or planner of parking systems.
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COVERINGS ETC Creates Sustainable Surfaces Fit for Future Generations

COVERINGS ETC Creates Sustainable Surfaces Fit for Future Generations

In addition to producing sustainable tiles made from familiar materials such as porcelain and cement, Miami brand COVERINGS ETC is pioneering the manufacture of solid surfaces that incorporate various types of industrial waste. Architonic speaks to its visionary founder, Ofer Mizrahi, about finding new and unexpected applications for recycled glass and aluminium salvaged from old aircraft.
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Transcending British and Nordic Sensibilities

Transcending British and Nordic Sensibilities

Known for gentle twists – playful experiments and objects that reevaluate our daily experience – Louise Campbell believes that everything is possible until the opposite has been proven. Campbell explores new forms of production without loosing grasp of craftsmanship. TLmag spoke to the industry innovator about recent projects and the significance of her Anglo-Danish background. (Interview by Adrian Madlener)
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