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May Diary

30 April 2010
We are looking forward to Clerkenwell Design Festival at the end of the month, but before then we have to make it to the Shanghai World Expo and ICFF in New York. A very busy month indeed.
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A stool and a kayak-shaped bench were the best pieces in Cappellini’s collection this year.

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This year Design Miami decided to commission site-specific installations for its exhibition in the Spazio Fendi.

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Moustache presented a collection of charming new products, but in the wrong place.

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A collection of flowery tables and chairs, a revolving chandelier and a super minimal task light are all part of Moooi’s new collection, displayed in their new Zona Tortona showroom in Milan.

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"The paint was still drying," explains Petter Skogstad of his last-minute touches to his new collection of furniture a day before cramming the pieces into a van to go to Milan, where he showed his latest works at Salone Satellite two weeks ago.
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The collected works of Herbert Muschamp, the last heavyweight architecture critic, is exhilarating.

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The British furniture brand that made its name by working with some very big-name designers launched a collection of anonymous products at the Milan furniture fair.

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During the Milan furniture fair last week, the city was covered in posters saying “The newest Maarten Baas for only 99c”. It turned out the Dutch designer's latest launch was an iPhone app.

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It’s all "me me me" at the Guggenheim, as the museum asks artists and architects how they might fill the emptiness in its heart. Mimi Zeiger takes a look.

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