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The main criteria is good work
The state of design in Germany and Europe
Twelve urban garden tools
Good designers, successful products – Milan Marathon part 3
The brand in the basement
This That Other: Stefan Diez has a new trick up his sleeve for e15
Eyes to the ground!
Not the same old, same old!

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Cowboys stay mobile

Cowboys stay mobile

With “Chassis” by Stefan Diez, office furniture specialist Wilkhahn is presenting a chair at the Salone del Mobile in Milan that is more than just a chair and can do more than simply shine in an office or conference room. For “Chassis” is now also available with various fabric covers and interchangeable seat shells, Thomas Wagner spoke to Jochen Hahne, Burkhard Remmers and Stefan Diez about the “Chassis” system.

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Colorful balloon on the design horizon
At the 13th Designers' Saturday Stylepark celebrated the occasion of the 10th anniversary of its foundation with a large 10, candy-floss, and a sky full of colorful balloons. And the interest was so great that the pink Stylepark balloons were soon floating all over Langenthal.
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Making chairs!

by Thomas Edelmann

Making chairs!
The exhibition entitled "Ideen sitzen / Ideas that sit well" at Hamburg's Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe invites visitors to peruse chairs, armchairs and sofas. The tour of the museum swiftly morphs into a voyage of discovery through the history of interior design, if not even the history of ideas and cultural history of recent decades.
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Houdini – a new chair by Stefan Diez for e15

by Thomas Wagner

Houdini – a new chair by Stefan Diez for e15
Stefan Diez is also presenting a new chair in Milan, which he has named after the famous American escapologist and conjurer "Houdini".

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A cowboy has to be able to sit on it without looking stupid

by Thomas Wagner

A cowboy has to be able to sit on it without looking stupid
It could well be the sensation at Orgatec: For Wilkhahn the designer Stefan Diez has designed a stackable chair featuring technology from the automobile industry that cuts a fine figure not only in the office.

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Re-interpreting tradition

by Sophia Muckle

Re-interpreting tradition
Stefan Diez has created two chairs for long-standing furniture makersThonet.
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I like the Original
The longing for a studiolo
Twelve dreams under the big blue sky
Colour Attack!
What a relief – The Milan marathon part 1
Craftsmanship & Design: Salone Satellite, ever young
Flooring as an artwork and design object
Diez & Domotex or<br/>From the ground up: there’s still some life in flooring design

News & Stories | Orgatec 2012

Forecasting offices

by Thomas Edelmann

Forecasting offices
On the silver screen and at Orgatec, office environments are depicted as having a life of their own. What kind of image of reality do they convey? A rummage through the film archives and walkabout in the trade fair halls.
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Wish I was a Red Indian – imm Cologne Part 1

by Thomas Wagner

Wish I was a Red Indian – imm Cologne Part 1
What emerged at the imm Cologne in 2011 was that the fair has steadied, and in the form of "Living Kitchen" and "Pure Textiles" has gained two important new areas. Thus, the Cologne hodge-podge of the diversity of homes has something for everyone, for a man of the world, a man of the masses, and for kids, too. That said, the high-end design did not live up to expectations.
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Work wherever you want!<br>Office worlds 2010 – part 2: of sheds and queues of seats
Offices are increasingly turning into social centers. To make certain the stress of constant communication does not become too fierce and the office becomes a social flashpoint, the modern work nomad withdraws into a chic little shed or a new kind of basket-chair.
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News & Stories | Salone del Mobile Milan 2010

Milan, before the ash came – part 2

by Thomas Wagner

Milan, before the ash came – part 2
Admittedly, the borders of the Zona Tortona are a little frayed at the edges and in the new design district Ventura Lambrate designers are pushing into an area where artists once thronged, but there is a great deal to be discovered here. And, when all is said, when it comes to furniture design, things do tend to go around in productive circles.
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In new contexts

by Nora Sobich

In new contexts
Concrete curtains, synthetic paper bags, knitted fabric seat covers - new materials inspire new products.

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Impressions of Cologne

by Daniel von Bernstorff

Impressions of Cologne
Cologne has had to take a lot of criticism this year. Ben van Berkel's already almost legendary carpet flop in Hall 11, which was heralded as an urban master plan, visibly lacked an overarching concept, and the international audience increasingly shied away from Cologne, hitting it very hard.
Stefan Diez for Authentics
Stefan Diez's "Kuvert" range of bags for Authentics
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