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ICON 191


Inside Icon 191: Materials, Nature and Design


Broken Nature is the theme for the Triennale and it is central to the questions of sustainability that the design industry is grappling with. In this month's issue we find out about exciting new bio materials, buildings that breathe and the artist giving light a physical form. Plus, our preview of Salone and Milan Design Week. Read on...

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Icon is one of the world’s leading architecture and design magazines. Every month we interview the most exciting architects and designers in the world, visit the best new buildings, analyse the most interesting new cultural movements and technologies, and review an eclectic range of exhibitions, books, products and films. Beautifully presented and accessible, rigorous and insightful, Icon shows you exactly what’s happening in architecture and design today, and what it means for the future. 


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