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Furoshiki laptop

Furoshiki laptop

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Furoshiki is the Japanese tradition of using a large piece of fabric to wrap things in a multitude of ways (image of Furoshiki folding styles…

Baufrica

Baufrica

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Swedish design studio Muungano has been doing some mad Design science, fusing German functionalism from the 1920s with funk from West Africa, in their…

Dressed chairs

Dressed chairs

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It’s not exactly new news, but I’m so in love with the beautiful fashion textiles from Japanese brand minä perhonen, and just love their…

Leaves of grass

Leaves of grass

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Remember those carefree student days, studying on a blanket under a tree, marking your place with a blade of grass just before you dozed…

Masanori Oji

Masanori Oji

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Japanese designer Oji Masanori is interested in making “living products”. He says that in creating them, he is “considering a design which may connect…

Ogori Cafe

Ogori Cafe

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I’m completely charmed by this story, told on Cabel Sasser’s blog, about a cafe in Japan with a most unusual system where you don’t…

Issue 66: Royale Rock

Issue 66: Royale Rock

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Imagine Marie Antoinette and Vivienne Westwood were housemates, and you’ll have some sense of what to expect from our story about a traditional Sandhurst…