Folded lightness in fiberglass by Olivier Grégoire

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Resin or fiberglass have been often the preferred material by designers in recent times. The Fold series made out of  fiberglass by Olivier Grégoire, a French designer who lives and works in the US, was originally created for the brand Acne Studios as a limited edition and requested to furnish its stores in New York, London, Copenhagen, and Stockholm. The set of …

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Structural Skin by Jorge Penadés

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I  will soon talk about Creative Waste, a movement I've been observing since 2015 sand lecturing about. Jorge Penadés works and lives in Madrid and develops ideas that aim towards a more responsible framework. I was lucky enough to see last week a piece of his work when attending a conference on new materials the Materfad celebrated in Barcelona. Listening and seeing all …

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Aymie Spitzer and her beautiful wooden maps

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Aymie Spitzer is a graphic designer living in Brooklyn, New York. Neighborwoods is a personal project she has created through working at Hyperakt, an independent design studio from NYC. The response has been so positive that Neighborwoods is now her full time venture with 22 maps, other products such as coasters, skate desks or key chains (view them all here) a custom handwritten font …

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