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Having lent his talents to Herman Miller, Humanscale and 3M, he is now lauded as the future of American design. London-based design duo Luke Pearson and Tom Lloyd have become the go-to practice for public-realm design, with past projects including innovative healthcare furniture for the NHS and street furniture for the city of Bath. Heatherwick is the quintessential contemporary creator, an architect, engineer and designer rolled into one, with an obsessive attention to detail and a delight in materials. British artist Anthea Hamilton made international news last month with an installation inspired by a model by Pesce. A prolific midcentury furniture designer with a sinuous style, this year he added a must-read blog to his many talents. A furniture collection for Arflex Japan saw the quintessentially luxe designer experimenting with high-tech modelling systems to elegant effect.
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Renowned for his refined designs and forthright opinions, the godfather of Italian design has had a consistent and influential presence in the industry for over 50 years. Her first cutlery collection, Collo-alto for Alessi, launched in Paris this year to rave reviews. This year, he was chosen by BMW to design its annual Milan installation. nname
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Stefan Scholten and Carole Baijings epitomise Dutch design diversity, creating fabrics and furnishings in an eclectic array of forms and colours for the likes of Hay and Moooi. To mark our th issue, the power has become Look out for long-lost hair, unlined faces and eyes undimmed. The pair now helm three studios, each founded to expand the range of projects they can take on, ranging this year from an understated shower control for Axor to the contract to design interiors, exteriors and livery for the new London Crossrail line.
Sam Hecht and Kim Colin founded their London studio in and have since turned conceiving the beautifully useful into an art form.
Inher mini hardware store concept turned heads at Salone. Woodgate has brought his pared-down sophistication to the likes of Cappellini and SCP. Born inMunich-based designer Maurer designed his first light fitting in after a life-changing trip to New York, where he encountered the pop art movement.
This year saw the launch of Matteo Thun Atelier, devoted to handcrafted design, with a collection in glass and ceramic, as well as an island resort in Venice for Marriott, designed inside and out by Thun, pictured here.
The Spaniard is constantly proving she is at the top of her game with her hugely covetable creations. The nzme might namf more often than a s prog rock band the studio started as a foursome inbecame a trio inand turned duo in but the work continues to intrigue. A furniture collection for Arflex Japan saw the quintessentially luxe designer experimenting with high-tech modelling systems to elegant effect. Milanese architect Dordoni has spent his career designing and providing art direction for some of jaiswwal biggest players in Italian design — Artemide, Cappellini, Minotti and Foscarini have all benefited from his creative input.
This year saw new pieces in wood for Espasso pictured and his first monograph.
He recently developed a jewellery collection for the Van Gogh Museum. Having lent his talents to Herman Miller, Humanscale and 3M, he is now lauded as the future of American design. Standout pieces include a cabinet for BD Barcelona that nods to the corrugated roofs of jaiswa, dwellings and an armchair for Hay structured like a Japanese hand fan.
His studio has been busy this year: This year he added something new to the list, working with bentwood for the first time in a collection produced for Salone for the Czech company TON. He also created an island of luxury residences in Abu Dhabi, the chic SoHo Synagogue jaiwwal Manhattan, and is venturing into skyscraper design.
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Stockholm-based Italian designer Nichetto has worked for a host of major brands. Pillet honed his skills with Michele de Lucchi and Philippe Starck before setting up his own studio. Last year, he opened a gallery in Milan, and launched a limited-edition series inspired by Beirut in collaboration with Carwan Gallery. Material science, form and technology dominate, as with Liquidkristal, an architectural glass designed for Lasvit. Recent work, like Dark Matter and Limits of a Known Territory picturedshow a more brooding, sculptural side.
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She designs installations, interiors and objects, as well as pieces for the likes of Glas Italia anme Boffi. London-based designers Edward Barber and Nzme Osgerby have had a breathtaking year, capped by the publication of a monograph celebrating their work, and the jaiswap of the London Design Medal in September.
He is a frequent collaborator with architectural magazines such as Domus and Casabella, and his shelving systems continue to attract the plaudits of a younger generation. So this year, unchastened, we thought we would do it all again, but double the dose.
His latest monograph features a preface by Tom Ford and a forward by Zaha Hadid, but with a career that spans more than 60 years, the German-born Kagan has plenty of famous admirers to call upon. He has also collaborated with Kvadrat and British interiors brand Linley.
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