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Natural sleep

Natural sleep

Woodly, an Italian start-up design company, recently launched its eco-friendly range of baby furniture.

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The unexpected mix

The unexpected mix

Mutina and KNIndustrie have joined forces to develop In-Taglio, designed by Lara Caffi

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KeepCup coffee glass

KeepCup the reuseable eco cup, started in a Melbourne cafe, with too many disposable cups. From a hometown design market to coffee shops in Reykjavik and design stores in Valparaiso, KeepCup has made an amazing journey.

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Complex by nature

There’s a lot of talk of future times in which we will all 3D-print our objects at home.

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Leave it out

It seems absurd, but as the interest – and the business – of external fittings rises, the offer in furniture often forces consumers to choose between style and function.

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BIT radiator

BIT radiator

BIT, by Antoniolupi, is a heating system made from 200 recycled aluminium tins.

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Take a seat

Take a seat

Soft where required, and curved to welcome the body, Dordoni’s new armchair is a masterpiece of design

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Collar Lamp

Uniting Scandinavian and Spanish influences, Collar Lamp is a simple yet striking lamp that recently showcased in Oslo.

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Muffin Family

Stone Designs creates the Muffin Family of tables and stools – inspired by Scandinavian design for Japanese company +d

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Showered in light

Showered in light

Who said that the dream bathroom could only be achieved through high-tech equipment, such as chromotherapy and steaming?

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House in order

“Prefabs and architecture used to be two worlds apart,” says Ola Rune, one of the three partners.

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More than wood

Many believe that when it comes to parquet floors, ceramics that look like wood are a little odd: what’s the point of imitating nature when nature can do the job itself?

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Schneid lamp collection

A range of functional, minimalist lamps by German lighting maker Schneid Enlightment that have a focus on sustainability.

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Rise and shine

The Wake-up Light by Philips helps you wake up with natural light and sounds.

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Breakthrough bathrooms

No matter what you say about contemporary bathroom design, it is unlikely that you would say it is a flexible environment.

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Domestic bliss

Philips Design launched Microbial Home – seven design concepts for the future that form part of a cyclical, sustainable, domestic ecosystem.

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Unleashing the domestic gourmet

Award-winning French designer Matali Crasset has gleaned her time and research spent observing the notorious French pasty chef Pierre Hermè to create the Essentiel de Pâtisserie collection for Alessi – touted as the ‘must have’ tools for all pastry chefs.

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Look out for ‘!’

‘Ma’ is a Japanese term that indicates spatial 
intervals, a sort of gap or pause that allows people to interpret with their own consciousness.

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Some like it slow

In pre-industrial times, the success of an object was defined less by its design than by the ability of the artisan to work with materials.

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A twist on shade

Nenufar Sunshade, by Yonoh for Samoa Design in Spain, is designed to be flexible in outdoor spaces, with the natural symmetry mimicking the shape of a lily pad.

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Celebrate light

Although in the last few years we 
have assisted in an acceleration of the 
binomial design+art (just think of the success of fairs such as Design Miami/Basel, or of the growth of limited-editions design business – almost a contradiction in terms), the two disciplines have been going hand in hand for decades.

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koloro-wagon

koloro-wagon is a mobile storage solution for the home comprising three stackable boxes, designed by Torafu Architects for Ichiro.

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WesternTrash

Berlin designer, Krzysztof Zielinski, creates designer lighting and glassware products from trash.

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Ipno ‘rocking’ clock

Designed by Alessandro Zambelli for Diamantini & Domeniconi, Ipno is a ‘rocking’ clock that sways to an internal pendulum.

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Ostrich Pillow Junior

The design team behind the Ostrich Pillow has now launched a special kids’ version – Ostrich Pillow Junior.

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Soft Light

A soft, flexible light designed by a German industrial design student can perform many different uses in the home.

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Shedding some light

Shedding some light

Retro high tech. Most new lights presented at the latest Euroluce show in Milan can easily fit under this dual umbrella.

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Sweet November chair

Sweet November chair

The November chair, designed for Artipelag – the highly acclaimed new art and design centre in Stockholm’s archipelago – is a beautifully crafted chair made entirely from wood.

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Green picnic from Brazil

Green picnic from Brazil

We all love alfresco eating – whether a family barbeque by the pool, a sumptuous feast at the beach on a hot summer day, or a good old-fashioned picnic with chicken sandwiches and apple crumble at the local park.

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Torafu’s 'Haunted Play House'

Haunted Play House

Torafu Architects has created a spooky display at the ‘Ghosts, Underpants and Stars’ exhibition at the Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo.

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Helix twisting cork

Helix twisting cork

A cork producer and a glass manufacturer have joined forces to develop a wine bottle that features a ‘cork with a twist’.

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Iacoli & McAllister

Iacoli & McAllister

A Seattle-based studio, Iacoli & McAllister, is producing a covetable and geometric home range created from common industrial materials.

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The Fossil lamp

The Fossil lamp

Young talent Neil Conley has created a lamp – the Fossil – which pays homage to the inventor of the lightbulb.

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Metaproject 03

Metaproject 03

Industrial design students from the Rochester Institute of Technology created wooden toys for New York design firm Areaware.

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Curtain kit

Curtain kit

Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec, the famed French 
designer brothers, have collaborated with Kvadrat 
in the past – however, their latest project for this Danish textile manufacturer marks their first consumer product.

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Fusion: Wooden Knife

Fusion: Wooden Knife

Italian designer Andrea Ponti has redesigned a familiar kitchen tool with Fusion: Wooden Knife.

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Twitter cuckoo clock

Twitter cuckoo clock

In collaboration with Twitter UK, London design studio BERG have created #FLOCK – a unique, limited-edition cuckoo clock.

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The ArtBloc

The ArtBloc

A New York-based New Zealand entrepreneur has developed a pop-up art gallery using shipping containers – the ArtBloc.

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Smool television concept

Smool television concept

Smool Design unveiled a number of new products and concepts at the recent Milan Furniture Fair 2013, including the Homedia television concept.

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Serif by Charles Wilson

Serif by Charles Wilson

Inspired by the flow of molten metal, the Serif stool by Charles Wilson was designed to resemble a discarded industrial component - like the casing from a piece of agricultural or earth-moving equipment.

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Resident at Milan

Resident at Milan

Simon James Design will show in Italy with the Resident collection, which features work from New Zealand's best designers.

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Walloff supper tray

Walloff supper tray

The Walloff dish is a square dog tray with a moat to collect spillage, taking the mess out of doggy dinnertime.

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Vertical gardens and living walls

Vertical gardens and living walls

Once, verdantly lush vertical plantings of tropical succulents and mosses, designed by the renowned Patrick Blanc and other high profile vertical garden designers, denoted custom-created luxury.

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Millmii pepper grinder

Millmii pepper grinder

You may not think that the world needs another pepper mill – there seem to be so many in every shape, size and format already on the market.

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Urban beehive design

Urban beehive design

The ‘Urban Beehive’, by New Zealand design graduate Rowan Dunford, is a beehive design that’s specifically aimed at urbanites.

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Futuristic cot design

Futuristic cot design

French design agency IDEACT has received a ‘Star of the Observeur’ in the annual Observieur du design 2013 for The Nest.

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The Art of Scent

The Art of Scent

A first-of-its-kind display at the Museum of Arts & Design in New York, the Art of Scent 1889–2012 is an exhibition of perfume scents.

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AA Stool

AA Stool

Torafu Architects and Ishinomaki Laboratory have created a very simple and versatile wooden stool.

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Teaching dogs new tricks

Teaching dogs new tricks

Very rarely, an invention can be screamingly obvious, captivatingly bizarre and universally successful at the same time: meet the Pet Loo.

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Off the wall

Off the wall

There is no question that when it comes to lighting, LED technology is more economical – both financially and environmentally.

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NOOK e-reader for Barnes & Noble

NOOK e-reader for Barnes & Noble

Barnes & Noble have released their new 7 and 9-inch NOOK HD e-readers, designed by Ammunition, the product, identity, and interaction design group based in the US.

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Swallow clock

Swallow clock

Time flies for most of us, and Haoshi Design from Taiwan want us to enjoy every moment of it with their Swallow clock design.

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Cataloguing life

Cataloguing life

When browsing through interiors magazines, one is certain to find iconic pieces. It could be the Eames Lounger, the Jean Prouvé Standard chair or the über-pop George Nelson desk or sofa – all very safe bets in terms of styling.

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Creative culture

Creative culture

Daniele Lago was only 33 when he took over his family furniture manufacturing company, Lago Arredamenti, in 2006.

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When concepts turn into reality

When concepts turn into reality

How many green kitchens have we seen throughout the years? And how many have actually seen the light of day, successfully turned from concepts to products? The answers to these questions are, respectively, too many and too few.

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Mister T

Mister T

Created by designer Antoine Lesur for Oxyo in France, this is a savvy multipurpose furniture product for those of us living in tight spaces and small apartments.

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Werner Aisslinger

Werner Aisslinger

Many industrial designers keep their finger on the pulse of emerging technologies and materials, as it gives them inspiration for new products.

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Wireless for sound

Wireless for sound

How can a designer who is considered one of the leading Danish furniture designers of her generation have an impact on an historical electronics brand known throughout the world for the outstanding quality of its technology in audio products?

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The bathroom experience

The bathroom experience

Many people dream of having a bathroom with remote-controlled massage or body-jet shiatsu features, illuminated by layers of multicoloured, ever-changing LED strips.

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Cool as a cucumber

Cool as a cucumber

When it comes to clever innovations for the home, we all love eco-friendly solutions. Looking at the figures for food wastage, Kornelia Knutson and Gabriella Rubin, two industrial design students from the Lund University in Sweden, were astounded to discover that as much as 27 per cent of purchased foods end up in the bin.

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Domestic bliss

Domestic bliss

Philips Design has launched Microbial Home, seven design concepts for the future that form part of a cyclical, sustainable, domestic ecosystem.

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Best seat in the house

Best seat in the house

The Frida chair, designed for Italian furniture brand Pedrali, designed by Odoardo Fioravanti, was awarded the prestigious Compasso d’Oro. As Italy’s most important design award, which acknowledges only 20 or so products every three years, Fioravanti’s Frida chair was selected because of its groundbreaking construction.

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LED accent light

LED accent light

Design Resource in Sydney, and Energizer are long-standing product development partners.

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Custom meets contemporary

Custom meets contemporary

When Massimo Orsini took over Mutina in 2006 – a small ceramics company that belonged to his family and had a long tradition of engaging in the industrial production of tiles – he had his work cut out for him.

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Lighting the way

Lighting the way

Small, relatively inexpensive, and well positioned in terms of branding within niche, high-spending segments, Italian design companies have always been perceived as attractive game for larger hunters.

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Yesterday’s news

Yesterday’s news

Mieke Meijer considers herself a ‘maker’ rather than a designer. With an eye for the unperceived aesthetics of everyday life, Meijer devised a concept to transform surplus newspaper into a renewed material during her studies at the Design Academy in Eindhoven in 2003 – in fact, it was during the middle of a very hands-on class called Atelier.

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Floating on air

Floating on air

Chicago-based design group Beyond Design, working for their client Aero Products International, won a red dot award for product design this year for the Aero Pakmat®.

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Racing wetsuits by Orca

Racing wetsuits by Orca

Matt Roberts, the head designer at Orca wetsuits in New Zealand, talks about designing wetsuits for world champion triathletes and free divers.

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Vaska laundry liquid bottle design

Vaska laundry liquid bottle design

Green laundry detergent company, Vaska recently teamed up with San Francisco based design group, Studio Backs, to create this refreshing range of laundry detergent bottles.

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Design DNA

Design DNA

The Grohe design team has won this year’s ‘red dot: design team of the year 2011’ award. Headed by Paul Flowers, the global senior vice president of design and a multi-award-winning designer, the design team join a select group of design teams to win the red dot ‘Radius’ award.

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The new French connection

The new French connection

“He is now considered an overall creator, a reference point to get a glimpse of what’s going on. He is no longer a designer,” said lawyer Philippe Ouakrat to French newspaper Libération in 2003 about his client Philippe Starck.

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Perfectly proportioned pods

Perfectly proportioned pods

The concept of the capsule hotel first emerged in late 1970s Japan with the opening of Kisho Kurokawa’s Capsule Inn in Osaka.

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Look out for ‘!’

Look out for ‘!’

‘Ma’ is a Japanese term that indicates spatial intervals, a sort of gap or pause that allows people to interpret with their own consciousness.

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Watching the environment

Watching the environment

Curve recently spoke to Gernout Erens, entrepreneur and development director for Wattcher BV, about his company, Innovaders, the Wattcher energy-consumption sensor and system they have developed with Dutch energy supplier Eneco, and the soon-to-be-released Drupple, 
a device that helps consumers to save water and energy.

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EESC Design Eleven Award

EESC Design Eleven Award

As part of the EESC Design Eleven Award program European designers and design students were invited to design products that provide 'ageless design'.

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The paper lantern

The paper lantern

It may seem unusual to produce a paper-based biodegradable lamp. They are hardly disposable items. As Ingo Maurer – one of the most internationally recognised designers in lamps and light installations – once said: lamps are amongst the most long-lasting products for the home. Yet Claesson Koivisto Rune’s design for Wästberg isn’t your usual design.

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Vida water vessel

Vida water vessel

The Vida bottle is KOR Water’s latest tribute to water and its importance to life. A part of KOR’s mission to protect and celebrate water as a precious commodity.

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People first

People first

In the complex world of design for health, Philips Healthcare is well recognised for their groundbreaking, people-focused healthcare solutions.

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Happy camper

Happy camper

How much can you pack into a car? With a bit of industrial design, it turns out quite a lot!

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Cultural sustainability

Cultural sustainability

A bamboo sofa covered in silk. Unusual, certainly, but not exactly groundbreaking given today’s advanced technologies.

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Successful freedom

Successful freedom

Its name means ‘peasant’ in Catalan. It’s old and insular, because it was born more than a century ago on a small Spanish island. It despises life on the fast track. It does not follow fashion but focuses on comfort above all.

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Time out in the clouds

Time out in the clouds

In our world of mass transit we have become slightly obsessed with getting to our destinations in the quickest time possible.

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Unleashing the domestic gourmet

Unleashing the domestic gourmet

Award-winning French designer Matali Crasset has gleaned her time and research spent observing the notorious French pastry chef Pierre Hermè to create the Essentiel de Pâtisserie collection for Alessi – touted as the ‘must have’ tools for all pastry chefs.

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Hatching ideas

Hatching ideas

Curve editor, Belinda Stening, spoke to Spanish designer, Eduardo del Fraile, about his clever design for salt packaging.

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Economy of form

Economy of form

Simplicity is something that many brands – especially technological ones – often strive to achieve. Coupling innovation with elegance, performance with style and modernity with tradition are nowadays no longer just a plus, but almost a necessity.

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Industrial craftmanship

Industrial craftmanship

When Tokujin Yoshioka has an idea, he has no clue where it will lead him in terms of form. Previously an enfant prodige of Japanese design, now a worldwide star working for companies and galleries all over the world, Yoshioka’s shapes, textures and finishes are ‘accidents’ in the philosophical meaning of the word: necessary physical manifestations of an idea and consequences of a higher concept.

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Head First

Head First

Roberto Ziliani loves talking about his lighting company, Slamp. But forget about the typical president and business owner’s approach to the press – about the careful consideration about each word that is pronounced, about the continuous effort to pass on the proper message and about the reiteration of core business values.

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Images map the way forward

Images map the way forward

Well-worn and much-loved tourist maps of major global cities make the perfect holiday souvenir. Whether they are maps of gardens, bus routes or railway systems, the best maps will find their way into photo albums or scrapbooks of international travel.

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An alchemic partnership

An alchemic partnership

Kaleidos, the new chair designed by Michele de Lucchi and Sezgin Aksu for Caimi Brevetti, was introduced at last year’s Salone del Mobile in Milan.

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Water hog

Water hog

The Rainwater HOG, a modular rain tank from architect and award-winning designer Sally Dominguez, has been making waves internationally of late. It has just won in the San Francisco-based SparkAwards, for starters.

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The bentwood turns 150

The bentwood turns 150

When Michael Thonet first introduced his bentwood chair, originally known as the ‘14’ and now known as the ‘214’, in Vienna in 1859, he probably didn’t realise that he had created the first mass-produced chair in the world.

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Forms from the land of plenty

Forms from the land of plenty

Three hundred architectural sculptures are showcasing Australia’s architectural diversity at the Venice Architecture Biennale in an exhibition entitled Abundance.

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Rise and shine

Rise and shine

The Wake-up Light, a product that helps you wake up in natural light with gentle sound effects, has been released in Europe by Philips. The Wake-up Light was developed from a concept first presented to the media at a Philips Simplicity Event in 2006 after years of consumer research.

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Aggregates and assemblages: Nathan Gray

Aggregates and assemblages: Nathan Gray

Artist Nathan Gray works across drawing, collage, silk-screening and assemblage, and possesses a particular affinity for colour. His paper compositions are cut and combined with found objects and small-scale sculptures to create ‘aggregations’.

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Some like it slow

Some like it slow

In pre-industrial times, the success of an object was defined less by the design than by the ability of the artisan to work the materials. It used to be that quality required time. Time that was not spent in defining and designing what was to be made, but in the making of the single piece itself.

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Singing from the treetops

Singing from the treetops

This concrete canopy auditorium and movie theatre is a striking study in biomorphic form. Situated in a verdant park in Saint Cyprien, France, it was designed by Serero Architects for the South Roussillon community council.

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A fresh cure

A fresh cure

Designed by Mark Lee, plntd is a clever alternative to packaged medicinal herbal products that promotes the cultivation of fresh medicinal herbs for healing at home.

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Rolling on the river

Rolling on the river

Designer Sascha Mikel believes that a unique process of cause and effect can define a product’s personality – that the production process is the design.

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Design Magic

Design Magic

He started off as a physicist before giving in to his passion for design. 
Yet his two years at the physics faculty proved to be a good investment 
for the future. Thanks to his knowledge in materials, Romolo Stanco 
is now a designer of international standing.

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On the blink of something special

On the blink of something special

Leveraging their combined experience in product, interior, environmental design and project development, Emilie Lecouturier and Céline Poncelet created Atelier Blink in 2006, a forward-thinking design studio based in Brussels.

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Waving ahead

Waving ahead

It is no secret that good design sells. Yet the number of companies that truly allow designers to take the lead within strategic product development – or at least have a strong say in it – are still only a handful. The German bathroom fittings company Grohe is certainly one of them.

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The machine-made Beaufort House

The machine-made Beaufort House

The dream of the ‘machine-made’ house was part of the early 20th-century modernist vision of standard-ised housing with factory-produced interchangeable components, modular plans and elevations produced at a price accessible to every citizen.

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A plastic tale

A plastic tale

The first object that welcomes visitors who enter the beautiful Kartell Museum, located near Milan, Italy, is a small ski-holder made of flexible rubber. Its name is Brevetto Pirelli and it was the first product manufactured by Kartell, the company founded by Giulio Castelli in 1949.

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Making light work of classics

Making light work of classics

Curve editor Belinda Stening spoke to Penelope Forlano, an award-winning designer based in Perth, who creates lightweight-composite furniture and interior products for small spaces.

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Charles Wilson

Charles Wilson

Charles Wilson, a Sydney-based furniture designer, tells Curve’s Belinda Stening about his recent success with a candelabra, his take on the creative process and his long-term relationship with furniture manufacturer Woodmark International.

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From half a teaspoon to megalitres

From half a teaspoon to megalitres

Is the water-conservation message getting through with noteworthy results, or have urban Australians become hardened and indifferent to government campaigns pushing water-smart lifestyles? Can many of the water restrictions in Melbourne and Sydney generally be described as feeble and tepid, at best?

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A game of opposites

A game of opposites

It looks exactly like an old handset. And yes, it actually is. Only, it is connected to a cell phone, as an alternative to a wired headset or a Bluetooth device. It is Penelope, courtesy of the UK studio Hulger.

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Winning designs reflect Asia

Winning designs reflect Asia

The Design for Asia Award, established three years ago by the Hong Kong Design Centre, is dedicated to promoting design excellence and raising awareness amongst the business community as well as the general public.

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Perth designer wows the world

Perth designer wows the world

Getting noticed by one of the biggest names in furniture is no easy task. But it helps if your work is as eye-catching as that of Australian designer, Damian Barton.

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Daydream believer

Daydream believer

The Solivoid was created as a lounge space for visitors to Designex in Melbourne this year. The inflatable floating construction provided a welcome break from the hectic exhibition atmosphere

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Harvest time in the city

Harvest time in the city

Peach is a fruit storage and refrigeration unit for people living in high density, inner city dwellings. Matt Smith of Punga Design in New Zealand explains:

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Return to the classics

Return to the classics

A symbolic Emeco chair, popular in the 1950s, has been rejuvenated and updated following its discovery on the auction website, eBay. Designed by Adrian van Hooydonk, the updated ‘1951’ was at the Salone Internazionale del Mobile in Milan exhibition this year.

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Pop up space saver

Pop up space saver

The classical paper folding Chinese take-away box has provided plenty of inspiration for a new range of Tupperware containers.

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Cooking up ideas

Cooking up ideas

An essential part of our everyday experience is the making and consuming of food. Yet, even in the home in which nobody does more than heat up a take-away, the paraphernalia of the kitchen remains part of the domestic landscape.

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Décor

Décor

Décor products are marketed to fourteen countries including the US, Japan and the UK. The Décor range now numbers more than 400 products including kitchenware, insulated carry bags, and even some pet products.

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The soft heart of a robust chair

The soft heart of a robust chair

Ask any child to draw a chair. Nine times out of ten you are likely to get a sketch that is very similar to UNO, Segis’ latest seat, designed by Carlo Bartoli and his studio.

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Off the wall

Off the wall

The traditional ‘do it yourself’ shelf construction has taken on a new dimension with a beautiful creation from Italy, called Wallboarding.

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Isolation and diversity

Isolation and diversity

When a collection of contemporary Australian design is presented to an international audience the first question that may well be asked by the viewer is how is this Australian? Where is the Australianness?

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Fresh from the farm

Fresh from the farm

Designed to nurture fragile, freshly harvested baby lettuce hearts and salad products in their long and arduous journey through the supply chain, the innovative NaturaFresh® packaging range looks set to win the hearts – and cash – of discerning consumers.

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Identity of a lampshade

Identity of a lampshade

Ronnie Lacham is a designer, now studying for a Masters Degree in Furniture Design in Tasmania. On graduating from his honours year in 2002 he exhibited his work at RMIT in Melbourne.

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No place to hide

No place to hide

Almost two years ago, Designforum Svensk Form (Stockholm) launched its Project Room, a venue that gives a young designer free reign for a week.

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Celebrate light

Celebrate light

A studio in Fitzroy, one of Melbourne’s art and design precincts, has become a shared workplace for Tom Seymour and Anton Ward. The designers work collaboratively but have their own individual designs.

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Light to touch

Light to touch

When it comes to internal lighting, mood is everything. For years designers have been playing with colours and dimmers to gain the right effect, but the work of a Melbourne design student takes lighting to a whole new sphere.

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Beauty before disaster

Beauty before disaster

A Czech design team, Michal Fronek and Jan Nemecek from Designerske Studio in Prague, recently won an ‘Excellent Product of the Year Award’ for their tableware and vase designs for glassware manufacturer Kavalier, in the Czech Republic.

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A wise ‘touch’ with water

A wise ‘touch’ with water

Around the world water remains our most precious commodity. And despite numerous campaigns encouraging people to ‘use water wisely’, immeasurable waste continues.

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Wovin Wall

Wovin Wall

Refitting a tired looking restaurant or office has never been easier thanks to the Wovin Wall system from Box and Dice Pty Ltd in Sydney.

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Computerised irrigation

A computerised irrigation management system accesses data from purpose-built weather stations around Australia in a unique project, which is providing large cost savings and reductions in water waste.

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