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  • Ligne Roset Réamur showroom in Paris will soon show “Beau Fixe” by Inga Sempé well known for her impertinent independence and practical rigour: “As a child, we had two armchairs at the seaside, massive like elephants sitting on their hindquarters, the front legs of which formed the armrests and ‘ears’. These ‘ears’, I loved them […]


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  • How to bring dramatic tension to an exhibition presence? With a strong idea across all channels. In 2014 at Orgatec, Brunner presented new product innovations and its portfolio of chairs and tables designed for office use. The goal was to use its innovations to present Brunner as a dynamic, transparent company, while placing the products on […]


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The pieces in this series look like they weren’t made by hands, but have grown to their present form organically. They might be the result of a mutation in cells, or the result of a chemical or nuclear reaction. Perhaps it’s a virus or bacteria that has grown dramatically out of scale. The Mutation pieces […]


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A renovation project of a store selling handmade children’s clothing and general merchandise, located in Daikanyama, Tokyo. The renovation required store space, work space, a fitting room, and a storage area. Given the above criteria, the architects devised a way to divide the space so different areas would be independent of each other, but still […]


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