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February 1, 2013
We love to break down the intricate steps that go into making our favorite furniture, products, prefabs and more. Increase your industrial-manufacturing IQ with this slideshow showcasing our favorite Process articles from the past.
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  Little Field of FlowersTake a passage to India with Barcelona-based rug designer Nani Marquina as weavers transform a Tord Boontje sketch by warp and weft into a blossoming field of woolen flowers. Featured in the July / August 2008 issue.
    Little Field of Flowers

    Take a passage to India with Barcelona-based rug designer Nani Marquina as weavers transform a Tord Boontje sketch by warp and weft into a blossoming field of woolen flowers.

    Featured in the July / August 2008 issue.

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  The Steelwood ChairMagis' Steelwood chair, designed by Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec, begins its life as a sheet of steel in an Italian factory. Featured in the September 2008 issue.
    The Steelwood Chair

    Magis' Steelwood chair, designed by Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec, begins its life as a sheet of steel in an Italian factory.

    Featured in the September 2008 issue.

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  Wrong WoodsStep inside the comic-book world of Richard Woods and Sebastian Wrong and witness the right way their Wrong Woods line of graphic furniture is made. Featured in the February 2008 issue.
    Wrong Woods

    Step inside the comic-book world of Richard Woods and Sebastian Wrong and witness the right way their Wrong Woods line of graphic furniture is made.

    Featured in the February 2008 issue.

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  The 3107 ChairAt the Fritz Hansen factory in Denmark, a worker inspects the paint finish of a Series 7 chair in front of a wall displaying just some of the wood and color options available. Featured in the September 2009 issue.
    The 3107 Chair

    At the Fritz Hansen factory in Denmark, a worker inspects the paint finish of a Series 7 chair in front of a wall displaying just some of the wood and color options available.

    Featured in the September 2009 issue.

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  The 9090Alessi's iconic 9090, their stovetop espresso-maker, an example of which is housed in the MoMA collection, is assembled by a technician in the factory. Featured in the December / January 2009 issue.
    The 9090

    Alessi's iconic 9090, their stovetop espresso-maker, an example of which is housed in the MoMA collection, is assembled by a technician in the factory.

    Featured in the December / January 2009 issue.

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  Glo-BallWe head into a northern Italian factory to track lighting luminary Flos's production of Jasper Morrison's best-selling series of Glo-Ball orbs. Featured in the October 2008 issue.
    Glo-Ball

    We head into a northern Italian factory to track lighting luminary Flos's production of Jasper Morrison's best-selling series of Glo-Ball orbs.

    Featured in the October 2008 issue.

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">Little Field of Flowers</a></h2><p></p>Take a passage to India with Barcelona-based rug designer Nani Marquina as weavers transform a Tord Boontje sketch by warp and weft into a blo
Little Field of Flowers

Take a passage to India with Barcelona-based rug designer Nani Marquina as weavers transform a Tord Boontje sketch by warp and weft into a blossoming field of woolen flowers.

Featured in the July / August 2008 issue.

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