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  1. Design Shop Visit: Mjölk in Toronto
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    Design Shop Visit: Mjölk in Toronto

    This Canadian duo searches out top Scandinavian and Japanese designs and brings their best finds back to this Toronto shop.

    written by: Miyoko Ohtake
    photos by: Christopher Wahl
    07.27.11

  2. A BoConcept Makeover
    A Great Idea

    A BoConcept Makeover

    When we moved into an Edwardian apartment in San Francisco's Mission District four years ago, we trucked in our furniture, set the pieces where we thought they made sense, and haven't changed much...

    written by: Jaime Gillin
    07.11.11

  3. Shops We Love: Hugh
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    Shops We Love: Hugh

    In Detroit's Cass Corridor, retailer Joe Posch has created a destination for those seeking furniture and housewares that nod to the midcentury.

    written by: Diana Budds
    05.12.14

  4. RIP, Moss Design Emporium
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    RIP, Moss Design Emporium

    Following a short announcement in the New York Times yesterday, the news of the imminent closure of Moss has been ripping up and down the wires, resounding in a collective end-of-an-era sigh from...

    written by: Kelsey Keith
    01.27.12

  5. Table of Contents: A Fresh Portland Design Boutique
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    Table of Contents: A Fresh Portland Design Boutique

    Portland-based retailer Table of Contents hits all the right notes. A modern purveyor of objects and clothing from Rason Jens, Lostine, and Martino Gamper to Henrik Vibskov, Patrik Ervell, and...

    written by: Eujin Rhee
    04.15.13

  6. Murray's Law
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    Murray's Law

    “Form follows function” has been the go-to paradigm for evaluating good design since American architect Louis Sullivan articulated the idea more than a century ago. For Murray Moss, a...

    written by: Jordan Kushins
    photos by: Jason Schmidt
    09.07.10

  7. Portmanteau
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    Portmanteau

    A wall of cinderblock, tiny windows, layers of dust and a steel door: for some, this is a typical Manhattan apartment. For others, it's the scene before the murder scene in a horror flick. For Jim...

    written by: Jamie Waugh
    09.19.08

  8. Fritz Hansen on Knockoffs and Authentic Design
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    Fritz Hansen on Knockoffs and Authentic Design

    In recent years, the Danish furniture company Fritz Hansen has taken aggressive measures to protect their products against knockoffs and counterfeits across the globe. They have rounded up and...

    written by: Jaime Gillin
    06.13.12

  9. Parisian Concept Store: The Broken Arm
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    Parisian Concept Store: The Broken Arm

    Situated on Rue Perrée in the historic district of Le Marais lies the newly opened concept store, The Broken Arm.

    written by: Eujin Rhee
    05.13.13

  10. Katie Treggiden's Local Discoveries from Great Britain
    In The Modern World

    Katie Treggiden's Local Discoveries from Great Britain

    In our Sepetember 2013 issue, we asked some of our favorite online design writers to introduce their latest local discoveries. Check out Diana Moss of Miss Moss and Lucy Feagins of The Design Files...

    written by: Jaime Gillin
    08.04.13

  11. Shopping Los Angeles
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    Shopping Los Angeles

    Along with West Elm, CB2, and Ikea, actors Jayma Mays and Adam Jones visited a slew of local shops to personalize their Los Feliz abode featured in our June 2013 Furniture issue. “We don’t buy a...

    written by: Diana Budds
    05.08.13

  12. Inspired by the Miller House
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    Inspired by the Miller House

    I just learned about this new series of products inspired by one of the country’s most iconic examples of mid-century Modernist residential architecture—the Miller House and Garden in...

    written by: Jaime Gillin
    10.14.11

  13. Shops We Love: Propeller Modern
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    Shops We Love: Propeller Modern

    This San Francisco storefront presents modern design from a roster of independent makers and locally-based talents.

    written by: Patrick Sisson
    04.04.14

  14. Webshop We Love: Labour and Wait
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    Webshop We Love: Labour and Wait

    We first reported on Labour and Wait, the quaint East London homeware shop on Redchurch Street, here. A second visit, albeit online, has left us twice smitten. From children's hobby kits to marbled...

    written by: Eujin Rhee
    08.07.13

  15. Nike Flyknit: Innovating Design
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    Nike Flyknit: Innovating Design

    In the wake of the London Olympics, Nike teamed up with global curator Neville Wakefield and six other designers to dream up a structure that celebrates its latest product release, the Flyknit...

    written by: Maggie Nolin
    10.02.12

  16. Free City Shop, Los Angeles
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    Free City Shop, Los Angeles

    Nina Garduno recently opened her shop Free City—a mix between an actual store and a design commune–on Highland Avenue in Hollywood. She started the company in 2002, inspired by her ...

    written by: Jaime Gillin
    11.01.10

  17. Maker's Mark
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    Maker's Mark

    San Francisco philanthropist Ann Hatch has long dedicated herself to the making of artful objects.

    written by: Zahid Sardar
    photos by: Christie Hemm
    11.07.12

  18. Shop We Love: Present & Correct
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    Shop We Love: Present & Correct

    A back to school vibe isn't just for kids. Peruse these modern office sundries courtesy of British design shop Present & Correct.

    written by: Kelsey Keith
    09.18.13

  19. Shop the Vintage Braun Catalog from Your Web Browser
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    Shop the Vintage Braun Catalog from Your Web Browser

    A unique online shop that sells only Dieter Rams designs for Braun and Vitsœ, plus vintage Braun electronics issued between 1955 and 1995.

    written by: Kelsey Keith
    08.01.13

  20. Webshop We Love: Rodale's
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    Webshop We Love: Rodale's

    Look no further than online shop Rodale's for a well-edited selection of eco-friendly items. Products span clothing to kitchenware to bedding, all selected because they're manufactured in a...

    written by: Diana Budds
    05.23.13

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