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In this exclusive interview, architect Sou Fujimoto talks about how to merge fashion and architecture, using light as a material to build in space, and working at the threshold of perception.
Barber Osberby’s latest collaboration with The Rug Company extends their animal-themed rugs with four new designs. I sat down with Jay Osgerby and Rug Company co-founder Christopher Sharp to learn more about the unusual collaboration.
The Toronto firm, which is representing Canada at the Venice Architecture Biennale, discusses its fascination with Nunavut and how architects can respond to the challenge of building in the North.
With his sculptural objects – from intricate lamps to massive concrete wall installations – the designer explores the cutting edge of parametric design and digital manufacturing.
While 1Q84, the new novel by Haruki Murakami, continues to garner mixed reviews, I chatted with Chip Kidd, its cover designer, about inspiration, process, and typesetting.