Collection by Aileen Kwun

Material World

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A close look at products, spaces, and finishes that take surfaces and materials to the max.

For Vienna Design Week, QWSTION asked Terrazzo Project (TP) and Schoenstaub to create a coordinating collection of...
Masahiro and Mao Harada of Mount Fuji Architects Studio wanted to break with the traditional definition of a house when...
Nakada works from an Alvar Aalto table in the living and dining area, adjacent to the kitchen.
Recycled Polypropylene sheets are riveted together to create Individual cells .
Designed by Nendo for Issey Miyake, the Cabbage Chair is made from tightly wound waste paper, cut and then folded over...
Pulpites...
Maru's Wasara collection features an array of beautifully designed biodegradable picnic plates, bowls, and cups.
Among the many sources of inspiration for Edelkoort and her team is Studio Gutedort’s 2015 handmade Paper Bowls, dyed...
Pozzi cut the eight-inch-tall, two-millimeter-wide lightweight paper stock into fringe by hand.
Home of the...
Passive House guidelines, like thick insulation, can often result in very simple forms, she says.
Designed by Architecture Research Office, FilzFelt's new ARO Block is a series of modular acoustic tiles add sound...
A detail shot of the window.
A detail of one of Jongstra’s “hides” distributed by the textile manufacturer Maharam.
Pennsylvania...
Julie Lansom weaves different hues of cotton thread around a wood frame to fashion her intricate Sputnik lights.
The cork stairs with a rope railing lead down to the kids’ level.
It takes approximately four hours of handiwork to weave the chair's seat.
The plastic wagon, created in Japan in 1968, is number two from an edition of fifty.
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