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  • Industrial Upholstery

    Gilli Kuchik explores the industrializing opportunities of upholstery, with very interesting results.
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  • Wrapped Chair

    What is design if not a constant exploration of techniques and expressions?
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  • Impossible is nothing

    well, at least for Starck and italian manufacturer Kartell.
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  • Designing with Maths

    Tom Dixon's approach to design fuses equally practical manufacturing issues with functional and emotional products.
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  • Raw Design

    Tom Dixon's last collection pays homage to industrial production processes, exposing the rough beauty of the manufacturing method and its own characteristic signs. In this article the rough personality of the Offcut stool.
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  • Pressed Glass

    Tom Dixon's last collection pays homage to industrial production processes, exposing the rough beauty of the manufacturing method and its characteristic signs: blunt-edged facets and mould seams.
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  • Wood and Glue

    We couldn't resist to show you the chair version of Stefan Diez's Houdini series, that complete with the armchair we previously featured at spotd.it.
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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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  • Bare Bones

    Design is for Riccardo Blumer the result of a continuous and ever evolving research process that takes him to explore concepts and experiment with materials, or with ancient techniques as is the case of Ghisa, the innovative outdoors seating system designed together with Matteo Borghi.
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  • Tailored Furniture

    RawEdges is the creative office formed by two young and talented Israeli designers with a hand for materials and processes. They've created pretty unconventional and surprising objects; we'll certainly keep an eye on them.
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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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