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French finesse  Hermès Maison at Palazzo Serbelloni
French finesse
Hermès Maison at Palazzo Serbelloni
23 April 2014

French fashion fabs presented dreams in leather at the Salone: “La Lanterne d’Hermès” by Yann Kersalé, “Pantographe” and “Harnais” by Michele de Lucchi and other re-editions of Jean-Michel Frank.

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Having a coffee with Claudio Luti
Having a coffee with Claudio Luti
by Robert Volhard | 23 April 2014

It is not yet ten in the morning and the first day of the fair, but Claudio Luti, President of Cosmit, the organizers of Salone del Mobile, is offering coffee. In the second year as president he continues to emphasize change.

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Mobilonomics: Team Boston
Mobilonomics: Team Boston
by Adeline Seidel | 22 April 2014

How is urban space changing with piloted parking? Can one estimate what impact infrastructure projects will have on urban space? These are the questions the Boston team are tackling, in an effort to expand the limits of the mobility market.



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Autoethnography: Team Seoul
Autoethnography: Team Seoul
by Sophia Walk | 22 April 2014

Smartphone, smart city, smart house – smart auto? How does the digitalization of our everyday life change car functions and the requirements autos must meet? This is the focus of the team from Seoul, who are taking the Gangnam district as their example.

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Showered by golden time pieces – Citizen’s “Light is Time” installation
Showered by golden time pieces – Citizen’s “Light is Time” installation
22 April 2014

At this year’s Triennale di Milano Citizen presented an enchanting installation composed of most delicate and minute watch parts, entitled “Light is Time”.



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Kitchen, channels  and any amount of Ki
Kitchen, channels
and any amount of Ki
by Thomas Edelmann | 22 April 2014

EuroCucina, which runs parallel to Milan’s Salone del Mobile, offers furniture for people who would love to cook. And shows the latest status objects that straddle architecture and design. A tour.

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System optimization: Team Mexico
System optimization: Team Mexico
by Adeline Seidel | 21 April 2014

Mexico City is renowned for its gridlocks. Each day, commuters spend more than two hours in traffic jams. José Castillo, Carlos Gershenson and Gabriella Gomez-Mont are hunting for solutions to this problem.



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Swarming behavior: Team Berlin
Swarming behavior: Team Berlin
by Sophia Walk | 20 April 2014

If you are relying on different means of transportation to get from A to B in Berlin you need above all two things: patience and time. Team Berlin is all set to change this, and in their efforts have investigated the swarming behavior of animals.

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Dance of the Machines
Dance of the Machines
by Sara Bertsche | 19 April 2014

Building automation with a difference: An industrial robot on Frankfurt’s Hauptwache plaza practices East Asian martial arts and prompts all manner of responses during the Luminale festival.



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Architecture’s creative struggle
Architecture’s creative struggle
by Reinier de Graaf | 18 April 2014

Architecture as a non-artistic discipline struggles between being a creative process and functional parameters. How could architecture transcend its eternal dilemma: the obligation to be critical in the face of inescapable submission?

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Notes on Milan
Notes on Milan
16 April 2014

Here today, gone tomorrow: In Milan we put in quite a few kilometers. Given the ground covered, the editorial team of course spotted the one or other thing along the way. So before we threw away all our bits of paper with the jottings, we reviewed them first.

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See me! Believe me!
See me! Believe me!
by Martina Metzner | 16 April 2014

Be it fold-out wall tables, plain LED rod luminaires, or stools made of soy resin, wood and foam: At the Salone Satellite the flock of young designers demonstrated how they want to design the world of tomorrow.

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Backstage, side room
Backstage, side room
16 April 2014

The various venues of the Milan Salone must shine in all their splendor. Behind and next to the main stage however, on the show’s periphery, one can observe a whole host of smaller sensations. A slightly different kind of picture book, with photographs by Barbara Wildung and Thomas Wagner.

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Like Swiss cheese: Celebrating the revival of the Landi chair!
Like Swiss cheese: Celebrating the revival of the Landi chair!
16 April 2014

This veritable design classic has the Swiss National Exhibition to thank for its name. Now Vitra is reissuing Hans Coray’s “Landi” chair from 1938.

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Jaime Hayon or for the love of amphorae
Jaime Hayon or for the love of amphorae
16 April 2014

Being original is especially difficult in the realm of the decorative. Once again Jaime Hayon has done just that with “New Roman”.



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The front bench: Zinta by Lievore Altherr Molina for Arper
The front bench: Zinta by Lievore Altherr Molina for Arper
16 April 2014

All the things the Barcelona trio of Lievore Altherr Molina have created for Arper have hit the mark. And with “Zinta” they are now presenting a bench that leaves no secrets unshared.

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Iridescent floor coverings: Raw Edges for Golran
Iridescent floor coverings: Raw Edges for Golran
16 April 2014

We didn’t hear a whole lot about them for a while: At the Salone del Mobile, Raw Edges now presented carpets for Golran, which can do far more than you might imagine at first glance.

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Salone, Salone  or  Twelve Milan stories
Salone, Salone
or
Twelve Milan stories
by Thomas Wagner | 16 April 2014

Milan in the days of the Salone and Fuori Salone – is a hodgepodge of impressions, encounters and cameo stories. In terms of form and content, they are as different as, say, people, furniture, brands, and markets.

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