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9 Farmhouses Take On New Life As An Eco-Resort

A group of dilapidated farmhouses in Guilin, China have been transformed into an eco-resort where old terra cotta tiles meet newly introduced wood accents and pared-down furnishing. Christie Lee writes.

The Evolution of the Domestic Kitchen

As Gaggenau marks its 333rd anniversary this year, the company’s Global Head of Brand, Sven Schnee takes time out from the festivities to tell us how we might see our kitchens evolve in the near future.

Cappellini Collaborates With Indonesian Designer Abie Abdillah

At Milan Design Week 2016, Cappellini launched its debut collaboration with Indonesian designer Abie Abdillah – about a year after Giulio Cappellini spotted Abdillah's work in Jakarta.

Hermés Debuts its 2016 Homeware Collection at Salone del Mobile 2016

French design house Hermés has long been at the forefront of producing iconic handbags, accessories and leather goods with their signature elegant style. At Milan's Salone del Mobile 2016, the label launched their 2016/2017 Homeware Collection, continuing their exciting foray into interior design.

MILAN MINUTE: FRITZ HANSEN’S NEW ACCESSORIES LINE

Fritz Hansen has entered the home accessories market with its new line, Objects, which was launched during Milan Design Week. Narelle Yabuka got the inside scoop from the brand’s new head of accessories.

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THE T WEEKEND HOUSE

A new weekend home overlooking Japan’s Western Coast invites its owners to slow down and commune with nature. Joanna Kawecki writes.

The Handcrafted World Of Alexander Lamont

A short film takes us behind the scenes of British designer Alexander Lamont’s handcrafted furniture and documents his longstanding work with Thai artisans.

COS x SOU FUJIMOTO ‘FOREST OF LIGHT’ IN MILAN

COS returns to Salone del Mobile with a newly commissioned installation by Japanese architect Sou Fujimoto.

Book and Bed Tokyo: A design hostel for book lovers

Lured by the notion of sleeping in a clandestine nook behind a bookshelf, Linsey Rendell visits Book and Bed in Tokyo.

The Habitusliving Singapore Guide to Salone del Mobile 2016

From the Rho Fairgrounds, to luxury shop fronts and iconic palazzos, here are the events, exhibitions and features of Salone del Mobile 2016 that we can’t wait to see.

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