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Tokujin Yoshioka: Light Material



Japanese designer Tokujin Yoshioka tests the boundaries of materials in a surprising and alluring manner.

Harri Koskinen: Simplicity is a Sylvan Sauna



Harri Koskinen is a Finnish industrial designer, furniture maker and exhibition designer; he is also currently the head of design for the Scandinavian firm Iittala.

Scholten & Baijings: Arita – Amsterdam



Partners in life and work, Stefan Scholtens and Carole Baijings are Amsterdam-based designers known around the world for their signature use of colour and patterning in collections that include textiles, ceramics, glass, furniture and lighting.

Lindsey Adelman: Capturing beauty



Lindsey Adelman has been at the center of a flourishing movement in American lighting design over the last decade.

Todd Bracher: “Trump will not affect our creativity”



Todd Bracher stands for a new generation of American designers who have successfully emerged from the shadow of Eames and Nelson.

Chronosophia: Tomáš Libertíny, Solo Show



“Chronosophia” is a solo exhibition by Tomáš Libertíny showcasing a selection of his new and recent works—interactions with nature that explore the notions of time and repetition.

Alfredo Häberli: Special Guest at DOMOTEX



DOMOTEX's special guest, Alfredo Häberli, takes a sensitive, straightforward approach to his work, constantly striving for a truly elegant twist.

Les Arts décoratifs de Paris: Cosmopolitan French Taste



Les Arts décoratifs, the Paris-based applied arts organisation, preserves the art of French living while keeping time with contemporary creation and craft.

Julie Richoz: Refined Experimentation



Allaying the presence of spring-steel in a delicately laced structure, the Thalie bowl for Artecnica echoes earlier speculative works like Armand: a series of paper cut-out cylinders that cover spectrum colour vibrations. Both are just a sampling of

Architect Designers Modern: Italian Icons



A mixture of poetry and know-how, technical expertise and feeling, research and instinct. The skills transferred from pen to paper, ending in the hands of a skilled craftsman who will mould the next icon. That is what as known as timeless and

Casa Mollino: European Design Stories



Prague-based Okolo magazine and gallery founder Adam Štěch recently interviewed Casa Mollino co-curator Fulvio Ferrari for Štěch’s European Design Stories publication, released during Milan Design Week 2016. They spoke about the Turin-based

Office Kersten Geers David Van Severen: Setting Parameters



Architects Kersten Geers and David Van Severen’s architecture is a negotiation between theory and practice. During the interview, they shared the thinking behind two of their recent projects: the RTS Campus radio and television building in

Alfredo Häberli: The Spheres of Life



Close to Lake Zurich, surrounded by mountains, Alfredo Häberli and I took the scenic route as we explored his designs. We looked at a recent project completed for BMW through a specific lens: the endless loops and routes that connect us to the

American Furniture Icons – Updated Modernity



Design and innovation are intimately linked by their essence, perhaps even more so for major American brands Herman Miller and Knoll, who’s phenomenal post-war development is intrinsically tied to the immediate interpretation of a new American way

Curating Design in New York City



How do we curate design today? A conversation with four leading critics and curators of design and architecture, active both in New York City and internationally, offers insight into the changing nature of design and its (re)presentations.

Autoban: Highway to Design



Star designers in their own country, Seyhan and Sefer, founders of Autoban, have been putting Turkish design back on the international map for almost a decade. A recently released monograph, published by Gestalten, traces the origins of their

Polish Design History



Pushing beyond national borders, today’s fiercely energetic Polish design scene hasn’t forgotten its heritage. Emblematic of how history can influence contemporary design to foster new narratives, The Centre of Modern Design’s one-of-a-kind

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

DAN by Bulo



Top Belgian office furniture brand Bulo debuted the new DAN collection at Biennale Interieur in Kortrijk on 17 October. Empowering everyone who loves work and not constrained by space, time or place, DAN thrives to make a radical shift away from

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

Metal modified through precision-controlled design



Oskar Zieta is arguably one of Poland’s most renowned designers. He is also Head of Industrial Design at the New School of Form in Poznań (2010) created by Li Edelkoort, where he is now, continuing his ambitious path to innovate, create, produce,

Tokujin Yoshioka crystallises dreams



Infuse, bake, crystallise. These verbs aren’t used to describe the work of a cook but rather the work of Japanese designer Tokujin Yoshioka, whose fabulous exhibition at the Contemporary Museum of Art Tokyo, vividly illustrates the creative scope

Ron Arad – Deconstructed / reconstructed



For over thirty years, Ron Arad has been producing unique objects that define a practise that falls somewhere between architecture, sculpture and design. If, in these creative fields, the longstanding question about whether form should follow

BULO – A Belgian icon turns 50



It started with a small filing cabinet and grew into one of the success stories of the Belgian design industry. For years BULO has been a go-to name for bespoke and ready-made office furniture, valued for its elegant and recognisable products. Today

The Paradox of Rotterdam



A new city that witnessed the birth of Erasmus in the 15th century. An anarchic city where everything is in its place. A market city where human relationships are more important than negociations. An industrial city where life is good. Rotterdam was

Rooted in craftsmanship


Craftsmanship is not just the simple act of creation. It is a much broader concept that involves going beyond industrialization and developing an understanding of tools and materials as precious resources to be carefully employed rather than