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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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True simplicity

Some ideas are very simple, honest and clear-cut. Yet turning these qualities into an actual product can be a tricky business.

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The democratic design of Yves Béhar

Typically, technology products for the developing world are hand-me-down versions of their western equivalents, of inferior quality and utilising lesser technologies.

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Richard Seymour

Co-founder of design firm Seymourpowell On having the courage to talk to clients in a direct way

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Passion for table culture

Passion for table culture

Tableware and decoration for kitchen and households is a highly competitive and fast-moving industry, in which design is a crucial economic instrument.

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The new revolution

The new revolution

“This is an interesting time to work in the furniture design industry, be it as a designer, as a producer or a journalist,” writes Hanna Nova Beatrice, Sweden’s most reputable design journalist, in her book Behind the Scenes: Stories from the Design Industry, published by Arvinius Förlag and released in February this year.

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