Lamps created from stomach lining, jewellery cast from frozen baby mice, experimental objects formed from seaweed: the work of the German-born, London-based designer Julia Lohmann is deeply unconventional
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Our always-on, constantly connected culture threatens to overwhelm and overstimulate our senses - but good design can help

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Designers can no longer ignore the relentless flow of materials to landfill. We need to rethink the entire system

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The problem with waste is becoming ever more urgent: September's issue is dedicated to the people taking action now

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Beauty, colour and texture combined in innovative creations at the RCA's graduate shows

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Kubrick’s obsessive attention to detail is on full display in the Design Museum's exhibition – make sure you check the margins to get the whole impact
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The graphic designers tell us what Japanese animation has to do with sunburn

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Jasper Morrison's cork stools are minimal, modern classics. His first exhibition in North America takes things further
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The new bottle is a re-release of its first bottle, used 100 years ago

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Monday, 02 February 2015 10:13

Ones to Watch

Design Council names 70 designers that will shape the sector's future

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Friday, 21 November 2014 16:24

Diptych

Lex Pott's limited-edition wooden products are created from a single Douglas fir, with each sandblasted to leave a decorative grille effect

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Wednesday, 03 September 2014 13:43

19 Greek Street

A chandelier reminiscent of scientific equipment, ceramics that resemble iced biscuits and products made of discarded glass are among the items on display at the cafe and gallery

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Tuesday, 02 September 2014 09:58

2014 launches by &Tradition

The Danish company has collaborated with All the Way to Paris, Sami Kallio and Studio Vit on a set of elemental rugs, lighting and furniture

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Tuesday, 26 August 2014 15:13

Mischer Traxler

A rug that tells you how long it took to make and an electroplated chess set inspired by dusty archives are among the Viennese duo's most recent experiments

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Friday, 22 August 2014 12:31

Kenneth Grange

Icon talks to the design legend about comfort, longevity and his approach to design

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Monday, 11 August 2014 15:03

Patricia Urquiola

The Spanish designer was in London recently to take part in the Design Museum’s 25th birthday celebrations. She spoke to Icon about the changing role of product design in the digital age

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Monday, 21 July 2014 14:14

Mathias Hahn

The product designer seamlessly combines the German and British, industrial and craft, elements of his training to create innovative new forms for everyday objects

Published in Design Reports
Monday, 14 July 2014 12:49

Exemplary: 150 Years of the MAK

MAK Museum, Vienna
Until 5 October 2014

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An innovative take on the traditional Portuguese stool allows users to custom-build the perfect perch and keep a fire going at the same time

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Tuesday, 08 July 2014 11:28

Philippe Starck to open 100% Design 2014

The French designer will open the 20th edition of the event in Earls Court this September, as well as launching a new collection of ceramic tiles

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