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The brand in the basement
The brand in the basement
by Thomas Edelmann | 11 April 2013

An international trade fair for heating, sanitation and climate, not only did the ISH present a plethora of well designed bathrooms, but new combinations of heating and hot water technology too.

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Yoshioka’s mirage: Mirror, mirror, on the wall…
Yoshioka’s mirage: Mirror, mirror, on the wall…
04 April 2013

Can a mirror be anything more than a mirror? Tokujin Yoshioka responds to this question in the affirmative, and with a great deal of finesse at that.

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Membrane and Cradle: Benjamin Hubert modulates materials
Membrane and Cradle: Benjamin Hubert modulates materials
04 April 2013

Does a comfortable armchair necessarily have to be big and heavy with thick padding nowadays? Benjamin Hubert asks questions, using them as a starting point to design not one, but two armchairs.

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Aava: Making wood flow
Aava: Making wood flow
04 April 2013

Nature offers a really great inspiration source. Finnish designer Antti Kotilainen has adopted the metamorphoses that shape nature for a chair collection in collaboration with Arper.

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Nichetto = Nendo: Working with kami no ku and shimo no ku
Nichetto = Nendo: Working with kami no ku and shimo no ku
04 April 2013

The formula N = N sounds intriguing, as does the collaboration. But how did the whole thing work and what came out of it?

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Craftsmanship & Design: Salone Satellite, ever young
Craftsmanship & Design: Salone Satellite, ever young
04 April 2013

How you get into the Salone Satellite as a young designer and all the things that can come of it.

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6 Questions to Claudio Luti
6 Questions to Claudio Luti
03 April 2013

In times shaped by globalized markets, offering high-quality even perfect products simply doesn’t make the grade. Robert Volhard posed six questions on the future of the Italian furniture sector to Claudio Luti, the new president of Cosmit and CEO of Kartell.

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SixE: A PearsonLloyd chair for Howe
SixE: A PearsonLloyd chair for Howe
03 April 2013

You can get stacking chairs two a penny. But now PearsonLloyd has developed the SixE for Howe. While it has four legs, it is in fact a combination of six “e”s.

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On Billy Wilder’s set: The things the Eames trained their lenses on
On Billy Wilder’s set: The things the Eames trained their lenses on
03 April 2013

Did you know that Charles Eames took photos on his friend Billy Wilder’s movie sets? A current exhibition reveals his photographic work – and much more besides.

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Mikado: Showing what you’ve got...
Mikado: Showing what you’ve got...
03 April 2013

... or perhaps not? Cupboards protect objects from prying eyes, light and dust – unless they are designed by Front.

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Bikini Island: 4 questions for Werner Aisslinger
Bikini Island: 4 questions for Werner Aisslinger
03 April 2013

What do seating isles, a two-part bathing suit and an atoll have in common? Werner Aisslinger knows...

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This That Other: Stefan Diez has a new trick up his sleeve for e15
This That Other: Stefan Diez has a new trick up his sleeve for e15
03 April 2013

It was at the latest with the premiere of “Houdini” that we realized that Stefan Diez is a magician. Now he has shown that he’s a master of card tricks too.

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Fionda, Medici, Radice: wooden items by Jasper, Konstantin and Sam
Fionda, Medici, Radice: wooden items by Jasper, Konstantin and Sam
03 April 2013

Mattiazzi is extending Konstantin Grcic’s Medici armchair to include a footstool and a table. Jasper Morrison has busied himself with a camping frame, while Sam Hecht has elected to remain upright.

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Moormann or Milan, don’t fire my ire!
Moormann or Milan, don’t fire my ire!
03 April 2013

Milan is definitely not just a matter of novelties. There are also defeats and losses to report. One prominent loss who takes his own irritation quite literally playfully is Nils Holger Moormann.

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Yoko: Anderssen&Voll dream up a luminaire for Foscarini
Yoko: Anderssen&Voll dream up a luminaire for Foscarini
03 April 2013

We had thought it to be “ex oriente lux”. But “Yoko’s” charming light actually hails from the North.

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Club and More: Agape presents Mangiarotti
Club and More: Agape presents Mangiarotti
02 April 2013

A chair, a table and a retrospective – anyone with an appreciation of Angelo Mangiarotti’s work will certainly get their money’s worth in Milan this year.

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Gardenias: Jaime Hayon’s garden fantasies
Gardenias: Jaime Hayon’s garden fantasies
02 April 2013

Gardenias, even the name has a special ring to it. In particular as the eponymous collection that Jaime Hayon designed for BD Barcelona offers more than just a touch of garden romanticism.

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