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  • Paper World

    Likely driven by the global economic crisis and the awareness for ecology, designers and companies have turned to affordable, known and easy to elaborate materials. We have noticed the recurrence to a very common material: paper.
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  • Beat the Time

    Don't know what to do with that old vase of yours? Georgios Maridakis has got an idea.
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  • Paper Lamp

    Sam Johnson has borrowed an elaboration process typical of the graphic design industry to create an intriguing product.
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  • East meets West

    Two japanese designers project their cultural backgrounds into modern pieces of furniture, the result is refreshing and meaningful.
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  • Metal Puzzle

    The metal chair designed by David J. Irwin caught our attention the moment we saw the loose pieces that conform it.
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  • The New Tea

    Fine porcelain and a distinctive stylistic approach are the two supporting legs on which The New English company solidly stands.
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  • The Beauty of Process

    At 100% Design we felt for these unique bowls made of pewter, pure beauty.
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  • Felt Walls

    Anne Kyyro Quinn's works in felt have always trapped our attention; we appreciate the endless explorations for transforming a simple and traditional material into fantastic three-dimensional surfaces.
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  • Material Love

    During our days at 100% London we appreciated the work of decorative artist Yura Kim, she presented a series of lamps but what strike our attention weren't the lamp themselves but the technique she used for producing them.
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  • Stretched Chair

    Designer Jay Watson uses a technology normally used in metal manufactures with an innovative tweak.
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  • Interview: Eugeni Quitllet
    When we first saw his name close to that of Philippe Starck we googled, with no luck. There was no human trace of Eugeni Quitllet and we thought, for a brief moment, that he could be an invention, some sort of imaginary alter ego created by his famously provocative partner. But shortly after all this revealed to be a product of our unquiet imagination: he is for real, thank goodness.

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