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Benjamin Hubert’s Layer studio combines craft and technology to reach new heights

After arriving at a warehouse on Hackney Road, east London, where the industrial design agency Layer has nestled itself within its converted office, I’m shown

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Clerkenwell Design Week 2018: new participants revealed

The Clerkenwell Design Week 2018 edition, taking place on 22-24 May, will see local furniture showrooms open their doors with site-specific installations, talks and workshops.

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Milan preview: Tom Dixon, Moroso and a focus on Norwegian design

Visitors and exhibitors from across the world will return to Milan on 4-9 April for the Salone del Mobile’s 56th edition and its four key

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onoffice’s top chairs at the Salone del Mobile

Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec for Magis The French designers have extended their Officina range for Magis with a chair and stool made from forged metal

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Nendo – a Japanese powerhouse in Milan

Japanese powerhouse Nendo, headed by designer Oki Sato, shows no signs of slowing down. New products are being launched by the studio at increasing frequency

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Best in show: top breakout furniture at the Salone

Antonio Facco for Cappellini The Anemos table by young designer Antonio Facco contains four retractable pouf seats that push together to form a rounded block.

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Design Shanghai attracts record numbers

Mainland China’s first international design fair wrapped up its second edition last month, with more than 3000 brands showing their products. Words by Cindy Huan.

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Moroso lines up an all-star cast for Salone del Mobile

David Adjaye will join Moroso‘s star-studded line up of designers launching products at the upcoming Milan Salone del Mobile. The architect, who designed the Italian

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VIDEO: Onoffice talks to Ross Lovegrove

Industrial designer Ross Lovegrove talks to onoffice magazine about his latest products and the role of nature and biomimicry in his work.

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Haptic designs HQ for Oslo’s oldest shipbuilders

Aker Brygge, Oslo’s old shipbuilding zone, was gentrified in the 1980s, turning it into a busy waterfront shopping, office and residential district, but it was

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