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Children categories

Design Parade is like a summer camp for designers.

This is an experiment in living according to architect Nuno Piedade Alexandre, and he’s the guinea pig. He designed Casa NuDi for himself and his wife, Dina Gomes, as his first built project.
A new book wants to do for design what Blink did for instinct: make it sexy to corporate drones. No thanks.

We asked designers Sam Hecht and Kim Colin – Industrial Facility – 
to delve into their collection of cheap things. In the latest in the series, they get to grips with a zipper that they discovered in the USA.

This year, a humble plug wowed us, but there were plenty of other highlights from the graduate shows at the Royal College of Art, Design Academy Eindhoven, ECAL and the UK schools at New Designers.
I’m Lost In Paris is a private house in the French capital designed by radical architect R&Sie(n).
A trip to the dentist has become something to look forward to for residents of Fukuyama, a town outside Hiroshima.

SANAA’s Summer Pavilion next to the Serpentine Gallery in London is like a giant spill of quicksilver, spreading between the trees of Kensington Gardens.

"Our dogs went crazy," says Hilary Sample of MOS Architects, recalling the first time the practice draped a large sample of thatch outside the window.
There were no products in the Recession Design exhibition at the Salone this year, just a set of instructions for visitors to pick up so they could make the products themselves.
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