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A statement in furniture design

DETAIL - Zeitschrift für Architektur + Baudetail

09.02.2018

Scandinavian design meets environmental awareness and a distinctive re- and upcycling mentality. Founded in 1990 in Tibro, ­Sweden, furniture-brand Offecct with its considerable portfolio is now expanding to Milan.

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Material Tendencies: Khodi Feiz

Anita Hackethal

17.06.2017

In a recent interview, Architonic spoke to industrial designer Khodi Feiz, who was born in Iran and grew up in the US. With his small studio, based in Amsterdam, Feiz is specialized in furniture design and consumer technologies.

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Material Tendencies: Alfredo Häberli

Anita Hackethal

19.03.2017

Born in Buenos Aires, industrial designer Alfredo Häberli found his home in Zürich, where he has been running his own studio for over 25 years.

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Material Tendencies: Neri & Hu

Anita Hackethal

05.03.2017

A city does not have a future without culture. So says Lyndon Neri, founding partner of Shanghai-based architectural-design practice Neri & Hu, in a recent conversation with Architonic.

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Material Tendencies: Claesson Koivisto Rune

Anita Hackethal

23.01.2017

Swedish trio of architects Mårten Claesson, Eero Koivisto and Ola Rune apply their creative skills not only in the designing of buildings, furniture, lighting and smaller objects, but also in the development of accompanying business processes.

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Material Tendencies: Ineke Hans

Anita Hackethal

14.12.2016

Currently living in London, Dutch designer Ineke Hans spoke with us about the materials she particularly favours right now.

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Material Tendencies: Jean-Marie Massaud

Anita Hackethal

16.08.2016

Jean-Marie Massaud’s work marries, on the one hand, strong high-tech qualities with timeless elegance, lightness and warm comfort on the other.

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Material Tendencies: Jasper Morrison

Anita Hackethal

25.04.2016

Fresh back from Milan Design Week, with pockets full of news and valuable insights, we start off with this exclusive interview with Jasper Morrison. Continuing our series of articles on Material Tendencies, we spoke to the British designer who has

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Material Tendencies: Front

Anita Hackethal

29.02.2016

Swedish design duo Front realise their fantasies by creating design objects that are often surprising and somewhat irritating at first sight.

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Material Tendencies: Richard Hutten

Anita Hackethal

22.07.2015

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

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Yes We Can: debating the future of American design

David Sokol

14.05.2013

A recent panel discussion at Washington DC’s International Design Festival got to grips with the somewhat provocative question, “What Happened to American Design?”, the implication being it doesn't enjoy the singular, coherent identity of other

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Size Doesn’t Matter: contemporary Nordic architects who ...

Simon Keane-Cowell

12.02.2013

Head north and you'll find a thriving design culture where the level of consideration given to the way things look, feel and work isn't determined by their scale. Be they housing projects, chairs or taps, the Scandinavian approach to design continues

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The In-Betweeners: the rise of a new office-furniture ...

Simon Keane-Cowell

19.11.2012

In the grand, teleological narrative of design, things are developed to make our lives increasingly better. New forms, materials and technological innovations are introduced, self-justifying, attended by a clarity of function and value. But what

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