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News & Stories | Craftsmanship – nostalgia, innovation or luxury?

Between the poles

by Nina Reetzke

Between the poles
Companies bring in designers to join forces with craftsmen to develop new products, which are subsequently produced in structurally-weak regions. Such approaches are quick to label themselves sustainable, as advocates of ethical consumption. But which projects have actually been consistently done through the years? A selection of ten examples between industry and craftsmanship.
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News & Stories | Craftsmanship – nostalgia, innovation or luxury?

Out of love for materials

Out of love for materials
For “design publisher” Thomas Eyck craftsmanship translates into the utmost care in the use of materials. Juliane Grützner spoke to the Dutchman about his collection of hand-crafted objects.
Pottery in white matt
Tailor-made tiling

News & Stories | Craftsmanship – nostalgia, innovation or luxury?

The experience of nostalgia: Craftsmanship has a future

by Thomas Wagner

The experience of nostalgia: Craftsmanship has a future
Craftsmanship – is it a thing of the past? Not at all. More and more frequently we see designers and manufacturers making recourse to traditional technical know-how and craftsmanship. And not only when it comes to luxury products.
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