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The relationship between a designer and an artist has led to the collaborative project, Pettersen & Hein, in which Lea Hein and Magnus Pettersen combine their shared enthusiasm for materials such a concrete and steel and their love for imperfections. In their universe, function follows form and everything is connected. Recently launched at the Stockholm […]

Materials researcher and process designer Spyros Kizis is part of the Plausible/Implausible exhibition currently on at SCIN. We were interested in finding out more about his current work and future plans.   1. You are currently featured in our exhibition Plausible Implausible. Can you please tell me more about how you started to experiment with […]

Combinations – associations, unions, aliances – whatever form they come in, they can be surprisingly pleasing and intriguing. If you look at the bigger picture, we as humans are a wonderful combination – a sort of mixed-media if you like. This week I have taken a closer look at combinations in design – colours, textures, […]

Normally, architecture is all about the space around us. We create space, and people then position themselves within it. To many architects the people are almost incidental. But body architect Lucy McRae begins with the human body, putting it at the centre of everything she does. Working with materials to alter the body, change its […]

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