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Milan design week 2018: Must see shows and installations

Taking place between the 17th and the 22nd of April, the five days of Milan design week are some of the biggest in the design


International Year of Light: Milan design trends



Nendo’s Oki Sato “My first design killed my turtle”

Nendo’s Oki Sato discusses his first ever design with onoffice magazine and what made him decide not to be a pet-shop owner

deep sea shelf photo by hiroshi iwasaki05

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


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


Nendo creates office hybrids

Nendo has reconfigured traditional office furniture into unusual new hybrids for an installation at Orgatec. The project for Japanese brand Kokuyo called Shelf + Desk


Seating designers embrace new modernism

Reissued by the big manufacturers, and reinterpreted by new designers, modernism’s legacy looms large When the Bauhaus’ modernist ideals infiltrated furniture design in the 1920s

All photos by Akihiro Yoshida / courtesy of Nendo||

Nendo stationery

Japanese studio Nendo has created a new stationery collection for its own brand by | n. The range is minimal but clever, typical of the


Fashion conscious

When Wayne Hemingway walked into the Institute of Directors (IoD) in Pall Mall in 2001 dressed in a woman’s pinstripe skirt suit and court shoes,



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