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In the lead-up to Stockholm Furniture Fair this week, Jonna Dagliden Hunt visited an old working-class area on the city's Södermalm island, where artists and designers have transformed the industrial buildings into one of the world’s hippest hangouts. Her articles and these photos by Christopher Hunt appear in our latest issue

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12.02.16

Our next issue is available from Saturday, but there's no need to get rid of your old copies of Icon. Illustrator Yann Le Bec has imagined some alternative uses for our back issues, so you never need to let go

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03.12.15

An unlikely government agency, involving a Belgian design studio and a Rotterdam research institute, is hoping to restore order to Tirana after decades of architectural anarchy

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18.11.15

Craftsmen at the Japanese company have been making chochin paper lanterns for over a century. Now the family-run business has teamed up with Barber & Osgerby to give new form to its delicate, sculptural lights. Keith Ng photographed its workshop in Gifu

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06.11.15

Serious money is moving into the city’s old shipyards, now one of Europe’s most vibrant creative quarters. For ICON 150, Enya Moore went to find out whether the area's rapid transformations means the designers will eventually be moving out. These photos, by Raoul Kramer, accompany the article

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05.11.15

Holidays after the Fall, an exhibition in Vienna, examines the vacation complexes built along the Adriatic coast in the 60s and 70s – and their fate after the collapse of Yugoslavia

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02.11.15

Icon showed off work by a select group of Chinese designers at 100% Design last week

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29.09.15

Photographer Bruno Drummond has made a series of formal studies juxtaposing construction materials and objects associated with leisure

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13.07.15

Pilot and photographer Kacper Kowalski shot this series of images from a paraglider or a gyroplane 150m above the ground. “What interests me most,” he says, “is the question: what is the natural environment for humans? Is it an untouched, virgin landscape or one that has been adapted to human needs?”

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02.07.15

The watercolour designs by Balashova – the architect behind much of the Soviet space program – evince a surprising delicacy and style. Below is her drawing for the interior of the Soyuz landing capsule from 1970. Her work will be on show at Frankfurt’s Deutsches Architekturmuseum from this week

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25.06.15

For this photo series, Italian photographer Stefano Cerio travelled to Beijing, Shanghai, Qingdao and Hong Kong to document the inventive and absurd structures we build for leisure

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18.06.15
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