||||||Columbian-born, German-based designer, Reinhard Dienes|Mixed materials, and modularity: the Capa desk reveals Diennes’ preoccupations|Tonic shelving: screw-free fixings mean it can easily go from horizontal to vertical|The curiously life-like La Grande light, which can be adjusted to point up or down|Strong and light, the 60cm-diameter Wyzer clock is inspired by a plastic bottle||
15 Feb 2012

Reinhard Dienes: the art of the simple

Words by Hugh Metcalf

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