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Wallpaper Jan-2019

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contributors

JENS H JENSEN Wallpaper* Japan Editor Jensen enjoyed a busy month, chronicling how Oriental Carpet Mills ‘hand-tufted’ its way to the forefront of Japanese design (page 086) and reporting on Norwegian café Fuglen’s new Tokyo outpost (page 075), which offers speciality brews and Scandi design. ‘Both stories were fun to do because of all the wonderful people involved,’ says Jensen, who, alongside being Wallpaper’s eyes and ears in Japan, has recently co-founded design studio Monomochi. ALLYSSA HEUZE Photographer In this issue celebrating new creative talent, we invited Heuze – awarded the inaugural Wallpaper* New Generation prize at the latest Hyères International Festival of Fashion and Photography – to inject her playful flair into our fashion story (page 139). ‘I imagined a mix of scenes around strangers living under the same roof,’ says the recent graduate…

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tomorrow’s big hitters

This issue includes, among other wonderful things, our annual curation and celebration of new graduate talent in architecture, design, fashion, photography, visual communication and more. These are no wild punts or ill-judged speculations. Time, effort and occasional cross words have gone into this massive trawl and painful winnowing of international smart young things. And to prove just how convinced we are of their talent and potential, we have put some of these early bloomers to work – designing the spectacular, articulated typeface on our cover, illustrating our contributors’ page and shooting elements of our Newspaper section and our graduate fashion showcase. The winner of our inaugural Wallpaper* New Generation photography prize, plucked and anointed at the latest Hyères International Festival of Fashion and Photography, has shot our main fashion story,…

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morning glory

We like to start the day on good form so, to refresh our breakfast table, we turned to this year’s design graduates who, just when we think there’s no more room for innovation, love to prove us wrong. 01. Design Academy Eindhoven graduate Teresa Berger’s ‘Beyond Taste’ tableware series explores gastrophysics, using colour, shape and texture. 02. Inspired by the puffins that live off the coast of Norway, the ‘Lunde’ collection of milk jugs and sauce boats, by Oslo Metropolitan graduates Studio Foy, make chirpy additions to the breakfast table. 03. Fellow Oslo Metropolitan graduate Rikke Dyrnes’ sculptural six-piece serving board series, ‘Variations’, is made from ash. Each piece can be used on its own or with another to cut, drain or display food. 04. ‘Overflow’, by Dorus Pieke Paolo, a Design Academy Eindhoven…

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pure genius

To see a water purification plant with a twist, visit the Swiss municipality of Muttenz. Far from the traditional industrial facility that remains off-limits to members of the public, this innovative treatment centre is a truly interactive experience, open to all by appointment. Designed by the Miami-based practice Oppenheim Architecture, the building is a landmark for the Basel area. A model of sustainability, its sculptural form is made of materials that blend harmoniously with its environment, close to a forest and the Rhine river. Shotcrete (concrete sprayed on with a hose) was used for the façade and roof, giving it the appearance of sandstone, and in time it will develop a patina in tune with its setting among protected woodland. Bridging state-of-the-art technology with existing ecosystems and producing potable water…

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trail blazer

French alpinewear brand Rossignol has gone a little more off-road this season. It collaborated with Croatian designer Damir Doma, who took inspiration from the rugged world of electric mountain biking, resulting in a collection made up of technical outerwear and slogan detail T-shirts and hoodies. However, it was this glow-getting reflective jacket that really caught our eye. The piece, formed from double-face Luminor Membrane and wool with a nylon layer, draws on Rossignol’s technical prowess, and is essential whether your preferred terrain is rocky or snowy. rossignol.com NEXT GENERATION SHOWCASE SOPHIE GLADSTONE MIDDLESEX UNIVERSITY, UK In this, our Next Generation issue, the fashion pages of our Newspaper section were shot by photography graduate Sophie Gladstone. For her profile and work, as part of our Graduate Directory, see Wallpaper.com from January. See more graduates…

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now and zen

The battle against social media addiction and life-eclipsing work schedules is very real and the maintenance of mental wellbeing requires daily ritual and regime. This has led to a growing market for meditation aids that soothe all the senses. Here we contemplate a selection that should help you to keep calm and carry on. 01. The Breathe app on the latest Apple Watch features a circular graphic that guides you through a series of deep breaths at a rhythm and duration that you set yourself. Series 4 watch, €1,399, by Hermes and Apple 02. Sort of Coal’s white charcoal blocks, made from Korean Holm oak, work as an air purifier when placed in a room, but also double as a scent diffuser when essential oil is added. Here it is teamed with…

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