||||||||||||The Swiss designer on his new task chair for Herman Miller|The electric motorcycle designed for Motor Mission with the aim of making it the fastest product of its kind|The Clever Little Bag serves as both carrier and shoebox, cutting Puma’s packaging waste by 65 per cent|The Herman Miller Leaf Light, on which the brightness can be adjusted by sliding a finger along the base|Mexican schoolchildren with highly durable spectacles that were part of the See Better to Learn Better scheme|The bottles for low-calorie kids’ drink Y Water can be joined together to make a toy|XOXO, a low-cost folding tablet computer developed for the One Laptop Per Child initiative|The back of the SAYL chair is modelled on the suspension dynamics of the Golden Gate Bridge|Béhar’s C Collection for HBF, designed with an informal and collaborative office setting in mind|PACT underwear, devised with sustainability in mind, is made of organic and non-GM cotton and sold with minimal packaging|The WattStation for GE, a roadside charger for electric cars available in Europe in 2011||
18 Oct 2010

Profile: Yves Behar

Words by Elizabeth Choppin

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