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Interview with Jasper Morrison & Naoto Fukasawa

Jasper Morrison & Naoto Fukasawa interviews on the Maruni stand at Salone del Mobile 2017. David Harrison from Design daily interviewed Jasper & Naoto for Seeho Su. Portraits by Craig Wall.   Jasper Morrison: D.d: I know you aren’t a fan of...
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Made by Mud

The iconic shapes and colour palettes of mud australia’s beautiful porcelain-wares can be found the world over, gracing the table settings of people’s homes, the kitchens of world famous chefs such as Nigella Lawson, as well as internationally renowned hatted restaurants like...
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Sitting pretty

When it comes to selecting the perfect chair for your hospitality environment, there is a common appreciation among designers, venue owners and clientele alike for a seat that offers equal parts comfort, elegance and enduring quality. Hailing from Japan, the Maruni range...
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Hiroshima for Herbert Smith Freehills

The Hiroshima chair from Maruni is renowned for its elegant and iconic form. Designed by Naoto Fukasawa, the Hiroshima is brought to life by the skilled craftsmanship and highly refined production processes for which Maruni is renowned. Harnessing Maruni’s expert furniture manufacturing...
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Designing flexible spaces

A Canadian multi-disciplinary design studio, molo is headed up by Stephanie Forsythe and Todd MacAllen. Both Forsythe and MacAllen are trained architects who, following graduation, moved into product design and, through virtue of their products, space making. Among their most popular products...
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