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Controversial maverick: Rafael Viñoly

The challenge of creating a shift in people’s perception of what’s acceptable in a city’s skyline is well known to master architect Rafael Viñoly, who

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Yushi Uehara’s Shaken Office

Concern for the user and a building the viewer will look beyond rather than at, inspired Zerodegree’s Shaken Office development in Groningen Yushi Uehara has

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Profile: Hundreds Tens Units

Hundreds Tens Units think that being sent to Coventry is a good thing – and its elegant and minimal first collection of products, unveiled at

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Creative crunch: designers weigh in on the times

Kerstin Zumstein roams the streets of Milan during Design week and asks designers what they think the lasting effects of the financial crisis will be

Opinion

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A traditional visionary

Antonio Citterio fights off the label of a signature designer. “I’m a banker, you know, or like a guy who works in insurance,” he says.

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Michael Young

Maybe it’s the name that subconsciously creates an expectation of juvenility, but when Michael Young jumps out of his car he transmits a youthful energy

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Peter Opsvik

Peter Opsvik is hopping from foot to foot as he talks, gesturing enthusiastically. He is making a point that is absolutely central to his work:

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CuldeSac

Even on a distinctly damp evening in Islington, the passion that CuldeSac displays for its home country and how it informs the studio’s design philosophy

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Eye to eye

If you were to create a bespoke duo as a symbol for contemporary British design, you’d come up with something like BarberOsgerby: two handsome designers

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