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Stylish desk accessories and must-haves for your home office

From air-purifying office plants to sculptural vases, OnOffice writer Paul Armstrong, selects his office desk essentials Argument Vase Stunningly sleek anodized aluminium makes 004 by

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Milan Design Week: The designers to watch

On 9-14 April, eyes will turn to Milan for the annual Salone del Mobile – the world’s largest furniture fair that transforms Italy’s capital of

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The Coal King: Tom Dixon relocates to a gritty King’s Cross location

Picture London in 1850: it’s an era powered by coal, with charcoal littering the streets and air filled with murky dust. Back then, the Victorian city

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OnOffice June issue: Co-working spaces with creches, Tom Dixon’s new HQ, Rab and Denise Bennetts, and more

The June issue is out now. OnOffice editor Elisaveta Marinova has a word: Not too long ago, “work” and “family” would not have been found

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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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Orgatec preview: Tom Dixon

When Tom Dixon sets his stall out – or should that be presents his beautifully designed stand? – at Orgatec, you know that believes he’s

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Yves Béhar, Winy Maas & Tom Dixon head up LDF talks programme

Morag MyerscoughIn conversation with Patrick BurgoyneSunday 20 September, 14.00-17.30Victoria & Albert Museum (V&A) , KensingtonSince setting up Studio Myerscough in 1993, Morag Myerscough has brightened

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Tom Dixon’s MULTIPLEX, ‘an immersive department store for tomorrow’

This autumn, Tom Dixon is presenting MULTIPLEX at The Old Selfridges Hotel, ‘an immersive, multi-sensory department store for tomorrow’. The Wingback Collection Held to coincide

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Record label HQ mixes rock & roll with Modernism

A parody of an indie record label’s HQ would likely include peeling posters and a clutter of memorabilia, fag butts, rancid coffee takeaways, and maybe

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International Year of Light: Milan design trends

                   

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