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Centro Roberto Garza Sada for Art, Architecture and Design, by Tadao Ando (best new public building - Wallpaper* design awards 2014)
(photo: Laura Wilson)

Centro Roberto Garza Sada for Art, Architecture and Design, by Tadao Ando (best new public building - Wallpaper* design awards 2014)

(photo: Laura Wilson)

Can’t wait to make to myself (or to my friends) a cup of coffee with George Sowden’s Softbrew coffee pot.

Inspiration #wallpapermagazine #thewiremagazine #design #art #music #magazine

Inspiration #wallpapermagazine #thewiremagazine #design #art #music #magazine

At Aalto Univeristy Library they have the whole @wallpapermag collection #magazine #wallpapermagazine #aalto #design #architecture  (presso Aalto University School of Arts, Design and Architecture)

At Aalto Univeristy Library they have the whole @wallpapermag collection #magazine #wallpapermagazine #aalto #design #architecture (presso Aalto University School of Arts, Design and Architecture)

Marco Zanuso e Richard Sapper per Brionvega, radioricevitore portatile ts 502. Domus 461 / luglio 1968; vista pagine interne

Marco Zanuso e Richard Sapper per Brionvega, radioricevitore portatile ts 502. Domus 461 / luglio 1968; vista pagine interne

Top: Jean Baptiste Fastrez, Hallingdal 65 reinterpretation for Kvadrat
Bottom: Mermelada Estudio, Hallingdal 65 reinterpretation for Kvadrat
Domus:

In celebration of its first and most iconic textile, Hallingdal 65, Kvadrat has invited seven international curators to select design talents from seven key regions. Each curator was tasked with selecting designers that would reinterpret the classic textile, developed more than 45 years ago, in a modern context.
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Top: Jean Baptiste Fastrez, Hallingdal 65 reinterpretation for Kvadrat
Bottom: Mermelada Estudio, Hallingdal 65 reinterpretation for Kvadrat
Domus:

In celebration of its first and most iconic textile, Hallingdal 65, Kvadrat has invited seven international curators to select design talents from seven key regions. Each curator was tasked with selecting designers that would reinterpret the classic textile, developed more than 45 years ago, in a modern context.
Zoom Info

Top: Jean Baptiste Fastrez, Hallingdal 65 reinterpretation for Kvadrat

Bottom: Mermelada Estudio, Hallingdal 65 reinterpretation for Kvadrat

Domus:

In celebration of its first and most iconic textile, Hallingdal 65, Kvadrat has invited seven international curators to select design talents from seven key regions. Each curator was tasked with selecting designers that would reinterpret the classic textile, developed more than 45 years ago, in a modern context.