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in an attempt to update the construction of ‘simple’ wooden chairs, japanese designer ryuichi kozeki has created a prototype series with a distinct wedge-shaped part that connects the back and seat, creating a curve that perfectly supports the small of the back. presented at the greenhouse during this year’s stockholm furniture fair, the collection comes in a set that includes the chairs and a matching small table.
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Dutch designer Marije Vogelzang took IDS Toronto visitors on a journey narrated by a seed, through a forest of ribbons to reach hidden areas that stimulated all five senses.

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There’s not much that hasn’t already been said of 3D printing or the predicted revolution that promised to transform manufacturing and put a MakerBot in every home. While the technology continues to evolve, with new applications like cutting-edge medical uses and building-size structures, it has yet to truly overtake industrial production in the mainstream market–though not for lack of effort.
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Cellule has devised a system for creating personalised digital and 3D-printed models of hearts, which can be used to help doctors plan surgery for transplant patients.

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Eindhoven-based design studio Dutch Invertuals has curated an exhibition of 10 objects, to question whether – in the anthropocene era –  it is possible to reduce the volume of non-essential products in our lives.
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following their previous partnership at the milan design week 2016, the artemide and bjarke ingels of BIG collaboration springs a new lighting design at the london design festival 2018. named ‘gople’, the transparent pill-shaped lamp nourishes nature, enhancing plant life and human perception.
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British designer Samuel Wilkinson has revealed the first two designs from new his lighting brand Beem, featuring curved, straight and spiralling lines

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Designer Daily

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Design as a tool that breaks borders. Sounds too good to be true? Maybe, but it was the theme of this typographic project organized by Mayúscula, a design studio based in Barcelona. The concept was…

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creating an atmosphere of a real home, alf dafrè debuted refined contemporary pieces amongst their current furniture collections at salone del mobile 2018. the new designs link to the italian brand’s catalogue thanks to their focus on high quality, traditional craftsmanship, and their dedication to not only innovative but also sophisticated design. the large scale show space, divided into different domestic settings, displays furnishings for dining, living and sleeping areas where a color palette of grays are combined with warm, highlight shades of nude, coral, magenta and petrol blue.
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In the crowded space of global design weeks, London’s Clerkenwell Design Week has a distinct advantage: not only is the area home to a huge number of architects and design businesses, making it a truly local celebration, it’s also blessed with interesting spaces to showcase the designs in. The installations and shows can be found in everything from a former prison to a church and a nightclub, as well as scattered along the design trail in central London—a far cry from impersonal big-box shows. CDW is now on its ninth year, and this edition includes a mix of familiar names and new faces, and more of a focus on venue content than previous years. Much of the thrill of Clerkenwell is, as usual, seeing the specially commissioned new design projects that are part of CDW Presents, as well as wandering around the area’s numerous showrooms to discover new launches—this year sees over 400 new products launch during the three-day design extravaganza. Read on for our must-sees and highlights from CDW, which is on until 24 May.
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milan design week 2018: philippe starck presents the ‘woody collection’ for kartell demonstrating the possibilities of wood and its perfect match with the italian furniture company’s renowned use of plastic. thanks to a special patent, the wood is machined with a mould that can extend the limit of curvature of the panel and create the frame of the chair with sinuous curves.
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