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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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News & Stories | Salone del Mobile Milan 2010

Almost everything that is new!

by Daniel von Bernstorff

Almost everything that is new!
Salone del Mobile 2010 has been and gone. Which of the new designs will endure, and which will swiftly be forgotten? The Stylepark ABC of the most persuasive new products predicts what may that future may be.
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The Beneficial Feel of Painting it Big

by Markus Frenzl

The Beneficial Feel of Painting it Big
In Miami's Viceroy Hotel Philippe Starck has created a spa that flummoxed anyone expecting the reduced Zen aesthetics of many wellness interiors.
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A Quantum of Product Placement

by Claudia Beckmann

A Quantum of Product Placement
Down through the years, James Bond has had to endure a lot, has traveled round the world countless times, loved countless women, and overcome at least just as many adversaries. In the course of time, not only have his weapons become more effective, his escape vehicles faster, and his enemies trickier, but Bond himself has morphed. Yet throughout the feel for good design has remained constant.

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Starckland

by Daniel von Bernstorff

Starckland
Italian design company Driade is celebrating its own achievements, its designers and its history.
Crossing borders: Ahnda by Stephen Burks for Dedon
Twelve adult playgrounds
Twelve urban garden tools
What a relief – The Milan marathon part 1
Open a door each day

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Ghosts walk in the furniture cemetery

by Silke Gehrmann-Becker

Ghosts walk in the furniture cemetery
What happens to furniture that has done its service? It is stored in attics, cellars and in forgotten corners. And sometimes it seems as if the old items had taken on a life of their own.

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The return of the curved

by Nora Sobich

The return of the curved
Be it purses, chairs or roofs: Wickerwork, one of the world's oldest construction methods is experiencing a revival.

News & Stories | Salone del Mobile Milan 2010

On your marks, get ready for… Milan

by Daniel von Bernstorff

On your marks, get ready for… Milan
To obtain an overview over the new products in the run-up to the international furniture fair "Salone del Mobile" in Milan, Stylepark has combed through the maze of highpoints to give you a foretaste of some of the product highlights you can expect.

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Kilt and norwegian pullover for the terrace

by Thomas Edelmann

Kilt and norwegian pullover for the terrace
Dedon's "outdoor living room" is to feature another outfit. The Special Edition D.D.C. (Dedon Dress Code), which is being presented for the first time this week, includes tartan and cheekily enlarged houndstooth patterns. Naturally woven.

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Trade fair à la mode - The Maison & Objet in Paris

by Vera Siegmund

Trade fair à la mode - The Maison & Objet in Paris
"Fashion" is as good as a synonym for the City of Paris. For a long time now, haute couture has not only referred to clothing, but the exquisite and tailor-made design of one's own home is often mentioned in the same breath. The Maison & Objet in Paris is an example par excellence of this. Originally a classic specialist fair for interior decorating, tables and gift items, today it is a major event for dealers and creative professionals from all interior design and fashion branches.