Posts tagged 'profile'


Orms: architects on top form

A rebrand and a move to a self-designed workplace are the least notable things about Orms’ current circumstances: its latest projects are the real news


Berlin double act Osko + Deichmann

Their youthful product designs – an automatic sushi roller; a pair of boots for jumping around the city – were “jokes” that got taken too


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Turning the tide

Taipei has been described as the ‘ugly duckling’ of Asian capitals. Kris Yao is at the forefront of a generation keen to turn the reputation


Alain de Botton

“Not being able to feed my cat.” There it was: my fundamental fear of the recession scribbled on a post-it note for twenty-five strangers to



Moxon is a curious name for an architecture company, and when you go to their website the mystique continues: a concept design for a house


Jeffrey Bernett

Jeffrey Bernett is a workplace designer with a foot on either side of the Atlantic. An American who was adopted by three Italian companies in


Hans and Franz

When thinking of the inner circle of European signature designers – apart from Konstantin Grcic and, of course, Dieter Rams in his day – big

Vince Frost

Vince Frost

Talking to Vince Frost on the phone at 9am London time, you can hear waves breaking in the background as he finishes his day on


James Dyson

James Dyson is an extraordinary designer engineer, with a penchant for everyday products. His bagless vacuum cleaner has become a British design icon, with the



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