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DESIGN
Hugo Passos Cork Wedge
Just in at the Jasper Morrison shop is a simple household item made immediately covetable. Designed by Portuguese-born, London-based designer Hugo Passos, the handmade cork wedge—molded from Portuguese cork supplied by Amorim—is a straightforward...
DESIGN
The Corkigami Chair
When we first stumbled across Carlos Ortega Design in 2012 at Feria Habitat Valencia, we were drawn to the creative designs and sheer quality of traditional woodworking techniques. Now more than a year later, the brand introduces the new Corkigami...
CULTURE
Studio Visit: Daniel Michalik and Mark McGinnis
Through the large industrial windows of his studio in Brooklyn, designer Daniel Michalik looks out at a small harbor of the East River's Maspeth Creek and the repurposed ferries that inhabit its quiet docks. It is an industrial but romantic view...
DESIGN
Interview: Renato Preti
In the panorama of Italian design, Discipline is one of the youngest and most interesting newcomers. Its motto, "beautifully designed, consciously made," underlines the ambitious goal to meld aesthetics with the consideration of environmental issues...
DESIGN
Adjust-a-Bowl
Not just for wine stoppers and bulletin boards anymore, cork's applications are practically limitless. Case in point, the Adjust-a-Bowl has a leather-like texture that's perfect for organizing everything from veggies (it's naturally anti-microbial...
DESIGN
Landmade Cork Journals
We recently came across the meticulously constructed Landmade Cork Journal by Michael Roger Press, and not only does the material give way to a beautiful pattern, but the half-century-old stationer uses the traditional Smyth sewn binding technique...
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