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Aircharge Executive wireless charger: Grant Gibson reviews

No one could have predicted quite how the iPhone would come to dominate our lives in the decade or so since its launch. Famously it

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Grant Gibson on: Håg’s Capisco chair by Peter Opsvik

I’ve been sitting on Håg’s Capisco for a little over three days now and something rather unexpected has happened. I’m beginning to like it. The chair,

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Grant Gibson on Drisag’s wall foldaway desk

In a curious kind of way furniture showrooms are a little like sports stadiums – huge spaces that periodically spark into life, teeming with people,

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Grant Gibson reviews the Checkpoint Bag by Disarming Design From Palestine

It seems that every major city on the planet now has a design festival. In the past this column has been critical of the homogenising

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Grant Gibson on Herman Miller’s remastered Aeron

Ever since its launch a little under 25 years ago, Herman Miller’s Aeron chair has divided opinion. In a letter to Blueprint written in 1995,

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Grant Gibson reviews Koleksiyon’s Oblivion

In the 50 or so issues I’ve been writing this column I haven’t come across a product that has arrived with as much of a

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Comment: Grant Gibson on the Ulrik Bar School

If the Shakers came from Norway, they’d have created something like Alex Hellum’s understated SCP classic We’re doing things a little differently this month. Usually,

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Grant Gibson on Thinking Works’ Blade table

ThinkingWorks’ collection of tables is impressive in its flexibility, with a modular system of components (leg, connecting hub, rail and top) producing a multitude of

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Grant Gibson reviews Konstantin Grcic’s Artek Chair

Forever linked with alvar aalto’s modern scandi aesthetic, artek’s chair prods it in a new direction Superficially, Artek’s Rival chair is straightforward enough. Designed by

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Opinion: Grant Gibson on Hitch Mylius’ HM221

Floor-level seating might suggest that comfort is falling down the pecking order, but Hitch Mylius’ latest taps into a trend that you’re probably too old

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