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Modern always works
Modern always works
by Thomas Wagner | 28 April 2016

Salone 3: Forget social issues. The trend in furniture is to give modern classics a contemporary tweak, a makeover that guarantees their timelessness.

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What’s on the table
What’s on the table
by Thomas Edelmann | 27 April 2016

Demonstration item for materials makers, refined object for presentation purposes or a recipe for everyday life – at the moment, kitchens have as many purposes as they have appearances.

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Go for feudal or simply say Hay
Go for feudal or simply say Hay
by Thomas Wagner | 27 April 2016

Salone 2: New interiors are all the rage, gold and saddle leather seem to be must-haves, color is even more important – and one company is really going big time.

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From New Architecture to New Celebrations
From New Architecture to New Celebrations
by Jörg Stürzebecher | 26 April 2016

Frankfurt’s Museum Angewandte Kunst is showing typography and graphic design from the early 20th century through to the present.

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What touches peoples soul?
What touches people's soul?
by Uta Abendroth | 26 April 2016

Jerszy Seymour is a difficult nut to crack. His design is highly individual and not always easy to like. Uta Abendroth spoke to the artist-cum-designer, 48, about humor, poetry and happy endings.

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Milan Marginalia 2016
Milan Marginalia 2016
20 April 2016

Konstantin pursues Jasper, Franco figures things out, Marcel has no time, Vitra runs a nail studio – and vegetables tell you by touch display what they weigh.

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The Donkey in the System
The Donkey in the System
by Thomas Wagner | 20 April 2016

Salone 1: In Milan, well-being is the order of the day – Ettore patiently bears burdens,
there are benches, small tables, and large sofas.

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It’s the variety that is fun
It’s the variety that is fun
20 April 2016

In Milan, Nendo presented 50 Manga Chairs in the cloisters of Basilica Minore di San Simpliciano, a rocking horse for Kartell, marble tables for Marsotto Edizioni, and much more besides. Uta Abendroth spoke to Oki Sato, the mind behind Nendo, about materials, inspiration, and being Japanese.

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Shared space is double the space
Shared space is double the space
by Jasmin Jouhar | 20 April 2016

In large cities, there’s an ever greater shortage of affordable apartments. Automaker MINI teamed up with the architects at Yokohama’s ON design and the Berlin office of international engineering consultancy Arup to create a remarkable solution – for the Salone del Mobile 2016.

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Busnelli´s Best
Busnelli´s Best
by Thomas Edelmann | 11 April 2016

As B&B Italia turns 50, the company is still helping to kick-start change.

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Mobility formula
Mobility formula
10 April 2016

On the road, yet at home: Nils Holger Moormann’s solution for all nomads meets high aesthetic standards

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Classic C
Classic C
09 April 2016

Evidently people favor outdoor seating with a classic air, offering a protective niche.

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Joyful Fun!
Joyful Fun!
08 April 2016

Ron Arad and his furniture enjoy center stage.

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Still up to date
Still up to date
07 April 2016

The ultimate trophy cabinet for globe forming and globe inhabiting creatures may not be new, but it is up to date.

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Boredom the key to progress
Boredom the key to progress
06 April 2016

Dialecticians are a rare breed.
Lensvelt and Space Encounters work on the balance between work and play.

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 Not just for your yacht
Not just for your yacht
05 April 2016

“Dean” by Jean-Marie Massaud for Dedon

A clear and timeless appearance on the outside – full of innovative technology on the inside.

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Uomo in Cubo
Uomo in Cubo
05 April 2016

“Impronta” by Joe Colombo for Varaschin

When cube and body meet.

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Zippy stitch
Zippy stitch
05 April 2016

“Alvar” by Giuseppe Viganò for Bonaldo

Even large beds need by no means look boring.

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