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Let the debate begin Furniture is rarely as refined as that created by Fien Muller and Hannes Van Severen, with their rigorously austere pieces evolving naturally out of their creative backgrounds his in sculpture, hers in photography. Belgian-Dutch duo Nynke Tynagel and Job Smeets continue to explore the boundaries between art and design. Woodgate has brought his pared-down sophistication to the likes of Cappellini and SCP. A furniture collection for Arflex Japan saw the quintessentially luxe designer experimenting with high-tech modelling systems to elegant effect. So this year, unchastened, we thought we would do it all again, but double the dose. Standout pieces include a cabinet for BD Barcelona that nods to the corrugated roofs of shanty dwellings and an armchair for Hay structured like a Japanese hand fan.
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Stefan Scholten and Carole Baijings epitomise Dutch design diversity, creating fabrics and furnishings in an eclectic array of forms and colours for the likes of Hay and Moooi. Industrial designer Rasmussen is brand director at Neal Feay, which specialises in anodised aluminium creations. Stockholm-based Italian designer Nichetto has worked for a host of major brands. She designs installations, interiors and objects, as well as pieces for the likes of Glas Italia and Boffi.
Born inMunich-based designer Maurer designed his first light fitting in after a life-changing trip to New York, where he encountered the pop art movement. Having given Dutch Design capital letters, Droog has grown into a mini-empire. He is a frequent collaborator with architectural magazines jame as Domus and Casabella, and his shelving systems continue to attract the plaudits of a younger generation.
This year he held his first solo exhibition in Ldkha, at the newly renovated Saga Prefectural Museum. Pillet honed his skills with Michele de Lucchi and Philippe Starck before setting up his own studio.
Material science, form and technology dominate, as with Liquidkristal, an architectural glass designed for Lasvit. Design 12 Oct This year, he was chosen by BMW to design its annual Milan installation.
Newson already had watch experience, launching the Ikepod line in the s.
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She followed that up with a tabletop set that included impossibly understated, sycamore plates. Sam Hecht and Kim Colin founded their London studio in and have since turned conceiving the beautifully useful into an art form.
Furniture is rarely as refined as that created by Fien Muller and Hannes Van Severen, with their rigorously austere pieces evolving naturally out of their creative backgrounds his in sculpture, hers in photography. They bring a strong playful sensibility to their designs, creating products for the likes of Moooi, Thonet, Kartell, Moroso and Porro.
He has no official title at Apple but Newson says that 60 per cent of his time is now spent on Apple business and he makes monthly trips to Cupertino. Heatherwick is the quintessential contemporary creator, an architect, engineer and designer rolled into one, with an obsessive attention to detail and a delight in materials. She also has her own brand of precious and whimsical furniture.
He recently developed a jewellery collection for the Van Gogh Museum.
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Next up is their first electronic product, the Serif TV for Samsung, which is intended to integrate the television completely into the sphere of domestic design. A former head of visual communications for Louis Vuitton, he set up his studio increating crisply detailed interiors for the likes of Tacchini, Glas Italia and Ethimo.
His studio has been busy this year: De la Fontaine trained with Richard Sapper and worked with Piero Lissoni and Patricia Urquiola before founding design collective Dante-Goods and Bads with his wife Aylin Langreuter in pictured is a table from the brand.
This supremely versatile and gifted pair have been on an unstoppable tear ever since their universally lauded design for the Olympic torch in lifted them into truly rarified air. In fact, he designed more than different products over the year, and routinely works on more than designs at any one time.
An alumnus of the Alchymia, Cavart and Memphis movements, De Lucchi is an Italian design legend whose work graces museums across the globe. You can unsubscribe at any time. Thank you for registering to the newsletter. Among his collaborators naame Jean Nouvel and Zaha Hadid. Marigold is best known for artfully awry shelves assembled from branches and crates, and metal homewares lekba take on wooden patterns.
The designs of Patrik Fredrikson and Ian Stallard sit in foyers, museums, stores, restaurants, namr and private collections around the world, a sensuous fusion of form and rigour. The pair now helm three studios, each founded to expand the range of projects they can take on, ranging this year from an understated shower control for Axor to the contract to design interiors, exteriors and livery for the new London Crossrail line.
Milan-based Giovannoni is as adept at nname furniture as at cartoonish homewares.