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Material Tendencies: Fabio Novembre

Anita Hackethal

26.06.2017

Italian architect and designer Fabio Novembre describes himself as a wise monkey that feels at home in the jungle. Maybe this is why some of his works err on the wild side.

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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: Noé Duchaufour-Lawrance

Anita Hackethal

05.06.2017

Originally educated as a sculptor, French Furniture and Interior Designer Noé Duchaufour-Lawrance wants to connect people with their environments through his designs.

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Material Tendencies: Maarten Baas

Anita Hackethal

22.05.2017

Informed by a storytelling approach, the work of Dutch designer Maarten Baas links elements of design, art and theatre.

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Material Tendencies: Jun Aizaki of Crème

Anita Hackethal

08.05.2017

Continuing our series Material Tendencies, we spoke with Jun Aizaki, the owner and principal of CRÈME / Jun Aizaki Architecture & Design, a creative design agency based in Brooklyn.

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Leading Designers tell Architonic what is their Superpower

Anita Hackethal

24.04.2017

If design is your trade, there's a batch of super skills you need in your possession.

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Material Tendencies: Todd Bracher

Anita Hackethal

18.04.2017

Design is about communicating the human experience. This is what drives Brooklyn-based industrial designer and educator Todd Bracher.

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Material Tendencies: Stefano Giovannoni

Anita Hackethal

27.03.2017

Blurring the boundaries between art and design, the work of Italian designer Stefano Giovannoni always tells a story.

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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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