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May 2019

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Wallpaper.comfacebook.com/wallpapermagazine@wallpapermag@wallpapermagEditorialEditor-in-ChiefSarah DouglasSenior EditorNick ComptonExecutive EditorBridget DowningCommissioning EditorTF ChanEditors-at-LargeJonathan BellLeïla LatchinEmma O’KellyHenrietta ThompsonSuzanne TrocméQuality Maniac-at-LargeNick VinsonEditorial AssistantHarriet Lloyd-SmithArtArt DirectorJessica RoseSenior DesignerAnne-Laure FuchsJunior DesignersAlex Ranson, Ben Rimmer, Ryan WoodingInternDaniel FaltysPhotographyPhotography DirectorHolly HayPhotography EditorOlivia-Rose HazeldineInternSophie GladstoneArchitecture / DesignArchitecture EditorEllie StathakiActing Design EditorAlice MorbyDesign EditorRosa BertoliAssistant Architecture EditorHarriet ThorpeInteriors / EntertainingInteriors DirectorAmy HeffernanEntertaining DirectorMelina KeaysInteriors StylistsMaria Sobrino, Matthew MorrisInteriors CoordinatorOlly MasonInternsJacqui Scalamera, Roberto SiderisTravelTravel EditorLauren HoFashionFashion Content DirectorIsabelle KountoureFashion EditorJason HughesFashion Market EditorCamille KolbWatches & Jewellery DirectorCaragh McKayFashion & Jewellery News EditorLaura HawkinsBookings EditorTracy GilbertFashion AssistantAylin BayhanInternMorgane NyfelerBeauty / LifestyleBeauty & Lifestyle DirectorEmma MooreInternEmi EleodeProductionProduction EditorAnne SowardSub EditorLéa TeuscherWallpaper* DigitalActing Digital EditorElly ParsonsDigital Associate EditorJessica KlingelfussOnline Design EditorSujata BurmanAudience Development ManagerStevie KeenSenior Digital DesignerFraser ClarkJunior Digital DesignerTiago MouraInternLuke HallsGroup Digital ProductionProduct ManagerLeonard BurnsProduction ManagerDaniel ShortExecutive Assistant to Sarah Douglas & Special Projects CoordinatorJosephine WaughHandmade…

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ALICE MORBYWallpaper* acting design editorMorby has taken to Wallpaper* like a duck to water. Our supremely able acting design editor actually studied fashion journalism before taking a more expansive professional course, writing about everything from tech to furniture. She found it thrilling to investigate Salone del Mobile so far in advance: ‘I’m terribly nosey and chronically impatient.’ She also penned our story on a multifunctional bed, designed by Neri & Hu for Molteni & C (page 097).MARCO SAMMICHELIWallpaper* Milan editorDesign curator, journalist and essayist Sammicheli is our new Milan editor. His inaugural task in the role was to document Italian lighting titan FontanaArte as it celebrates its 50th anniversary (page 130). ‘From designers and products to places to monuments, FontanaArte’s identity is what makes Milan a design capital,’ he says.…

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editor’s letter

CANTON VESCO CHURCH IN IVREA, ITALY, DESIGNED IN 1958 BY MARIO OLIVERI AND MARCELLO NIZZOLI. SEE OUR ARCHITECTURAL TOUR OF THE TOWN, HOME OF THE OLIVETTI TYPEWRITER AND A NEW UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE SITE, ON PAGE 152Newsstand coverPhotography: Frederik Lindstrøm‘OE Quasi’ light, by Olafur Eliasson, for Louis Poulsen. See the full story, part of our Milan Preview, on page 108Ain’t nothing like the real thing‘La sfumatura di un’esperienza reale’ was the topic of conversation over a morning coffee in Milan recently with Mr Claudio Luti (president of Salone del Mobile and Kartell boss) and Wallpaper’s newly appointed Milan editor Marco Sammicheli. The phrase roughly translates as ‘the nuance of a real experience’ – as in the emotional and physical effect of seeing design first hand, rather than superficially through a…

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Ceramic has been the material of the moment for some time, but its place in the limelight is about to be shared as glassware makes a welcome return. Lighting brands will be flocking to Salone’s Euroluce event and, in the case of Bocci, perfectly spherical lampshades have been exchanged for natural forms to create an otherworldly sight. Elsewhere in Milan, Norwegian Presence gathers beautiful examples of Scandinavian craft, including the colourful work of glass blower Erik Wester, while Turkish glass brand Nude presents Space Copenhagen’s ‘Silhouette’ series, which plays on classic, almost ancient motifs. Bocci will be at Fiera Milano Rho, Hall 15; Norwegian Presence at Via Savona 35; and Nude at Paşabahçe, Corso Giacomo Matteotti 3, Milan, 8-14 April…

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dry season

JACKET, $325; TROUSERS, $225, BOTH BY AGIt’s estimated that an average denim supplier wastes 380,000 gallons of water every day in its manufacturing processes. US denim brand ag is taking steps to plug the leak, installing state-of-the art equipment in its LA and Mexico factories to ensure that 100 per cent of its water is recycled during production. Now, only 1,200 gallons of water per day are lost due to evaporation or spillage. The label has also made a celebratory splash with an accompanying water-inspired capsule collection, in collaboration with the American-based Swiss artist Blanda. Off-white, canvas-inspired denim pieces are illustrated with abstract human images. ‘Woven into these entangled figures are elements representing water,’ says Blanda. ‘Water is the starting point of this collection, but it’s also the basis of…

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THE NEW HQ FOR REAL ESTATE FIRM AMVEST FEATURES A GLASS AND STEEL STRUCTURE THAT CANTILEVERS OVER THE WATERFRONT, CREATING A STRIKING ARCHITECTURAL LANDMARK FOR NEW EAST AMSTERDAM DISTRICT CRUQUIUSWhen planning Cruquius, a new city-within-a-city on a derelict wharf on Amsterdam’s eastern waterfront, the Dutch real estate firm Amvest knew it would require an architecturally distinctive landmark. So it built its new headquarters there. Designed by the New York-based Rietveld Architects, the striking glass and steel structure cantilevers over the harbour, while inside, a plant-filled, glass-walled lobby doubles as a lift, ascending majestically up to the double-height main floor where everyone works, and to event spaces and conference rooms on a mezzanine floor above. Meanwhile, staffers travel swiftly between floors by way of a pair of wide, intertwining staircases, encased…