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Moleskine Detour: Q&A with Maria Sebregondi

Have you ever wanted to peek inside the notebooks of your favorite designers? In The Detour Book: The Moleskine notebook experience, readers are privy to a stunning collection of more than 250 notebooks that have been decorated, hacked, and sketched by some of the world's leading designers, artists, and creative thinkers, including Spike Jonze, Christian Lacroix, Mary Ellen Mark, Paula Scher, and Karim Rashid. The notes, clippings, drawings, and sculptures showcased in the book have been touring the world in Detour, a travelling exhibit produced by Moleskine that allows visitors to experience, flip through, and interact with the notebooks’ pages.
April 30, 2013
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A Magnetic Coffee Table

In Brussels last spring, we had the opportunity to visit Studio With a View, a collective workshop shared by an architect, two photographers, and five designers. Afterwards, we posted about some interesting work by resident designer Maarten De Ceulaer, who developed a creative new way to make bowls using inflated balloons and colorful synthetic plaster. Now we want to share another project by a designer in the collective, Raphael Charles.
April 30, 2013
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Blik's Baseball Wall Decals

A month into the season and you're probably thinking to yourself, "How on earth do I get my love of baseball further into my decor? Should I frame and hang another Steve Garvey jersey? Is there a better way?" Yes. Yes, there is. And it's these charming, hilarious, and eminently stickball baseball wall decals by Blik. Designed by Left Field Cards, these three sets of decals work marvelously as a group or individually. From Catfish Hunter to the grip for a good sinker, this is the best way to play ball in the house.
April 30, 2013
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Design Museum London's Extraordinary Stories about Ordinary Things

Situated on the Thames, moments from the 1894 Tower Bridge and the 2002 City Hall, the Design Museum's location invites reflection on London's design and architectural history. Once inside, the focus shifts to often mass-produced items that are generally people-sized. Its new exhibition, Extraordinary Stories about Ordinary Things, takes a close look at iconic and lesser-known objects. The museum is scheduled to move to new digs in Kensington in 2015; the Extraordinary exhibit of about 150 items will be on display until then. Some of the collection's objects can be seen in the Design Museum Collection app.
April 30, 2013
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Sneak Peek: Jean Prouvé at Design Miami/Basel

In tandem with Design Miami/Basel this June, Paris Galerie Patrick Seguin will present a prototype of Jean Prouvé’s Maison des Jours Meilleurs (Better Days House).
April 29, 2013
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A Modern Mother's Day

Once a year just doesn't seem like enough to honor and thank the mothers of the world, but since the official day is coming up, we thought we'd help you out with some great ideas to make this Mother's Day extra special. From breakfast in bed to home goods, to gardening and more, we've got you covered with perfect gifts for the modern mother.
April 29, 2013
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Product Spotlight: São Paulo Collection

Inspired by natural materials, contemporary patterns, and rhythmic textures, London and São Paulo-based Studio Swine combines design, fashion, and architecture to mindfully craft modern luxury home fixtures.
April 29, 2013

Blog of the Day: 12hrs

Dwell just discovered the brand new travel blog, 12hrs, but we are already getting wanderlust.
April 29, 2013
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World’s Most Turkey-Shaped Building

The University of Toronto’s John P. Robarts Research Library contains 4.8 million books, 4.1 million microforms, and 740,000 “other” items (probably every episode of Degrassi, among other surprises). Even cooler: it looks exactly like a concrete version of your Thanksgiving dinner.
April 27, 2013
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