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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.
<h2><a href="http://www.dwell.com/articles/little-field-of-flowers.html
">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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<h2><a href="http://www.dwell.com/articles/steelwood-chair.html">The Steelwood Chair</a></h2><p></p>Magis' Steelwood chair, designed by Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec, begins its life as a sheet of steel in an Italian factory. <p></p><p></p>Featured in the <a
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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<h2><a href="http://www.dwell.com/articles/wrong-woods.htmll">Wrong Woods</a></h2><p></p>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. <p></p><p></p>Fea
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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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.
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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<h2><a href="http://www.dwell.com/articles/the-9090.html">The 9090</a></h2><p></p>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.<p></p><p></p>Featured
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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<h2><a href="http://www.dwell.com/articles/glo-ball.html">Glo-Ball</a></h2><p></p>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.<p></p><p></p>Featured in the
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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<h2><a href="http://www.dwell.com/articles/little-field-of-flowers.html
">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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