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  • AW Design Competition 2020

    AW Design Competition 2020

    Are you Australia’s next rising star in design? AW Design Competition 2020 is all about Sustainable Design. If you’re a student or design professional with a design concept in mind, now is your chance to explore and execute it. Andreu World started its annual competition in the year 2000, providing a launch pad for design students...
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  • Important Update | KE-ZU Suppliers

    Important Update | KE-ZU Suppliers

    Updated: 20th May, 2020 All factories reopened! New Design Group, Sellex and Source have resumed production. Updated: 16th April, 2020 We're back in action! Factories reopened: Andreu World, Eden Design, Enea, Expormim, LZF, M114, Parachilna, Sancal, Sellex Vondom (EU), Kenneth Cobonpue (ASIA), Bernhardt Des...
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  • Take a Seat - Marketing to Millennials

    Take a Seat - Marketing to Millennials

    As recently reported on Indesignlive... With one chair, one engaging entertainer, 50 relatable scenarios and millions of views, KE-ZU has tapped a new audience. Call it an a-ha moment if you will but “the Tipo point” may be more apt. It describes the decision by KE-ZU’s Mark Swanton to try something out of the (furniture retaili...
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  • Go outside with the new Nuez

    Go outside with the new Nuez

    Patricia Urquiola’s best-selling Nuez collection for Andreu World was born from the idea of a gently folded sheet of paper, creating a soft and embracing form. Urquiola and Andreu World have now developed a new outdoor version of the Nuez chair designed specifically for withstanding the weather and external environment. Like so much ...
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  • Tina, a tribute to the beauty of simplicity.

    Tina, a tribute to the beauty of simplicity.

    The Tina collection by Benedetta Tagliabue for Expormim is an ode to natural materials and the craftsmanship of wicker. Benedetta Tagliabue, principal of the Miralles Tagliabue EMBT studio, which was founded with Enric Miralles in 1994, has designed this seat with a clear intention: to recover the craft tradition of the wicker in orde...
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  • FUTURA OBJECTS by Número26

    FUTURA OBJECTS by Número26

    "Don’t take the future too seriously, it’s already happened!" says Sancal. Sancal's Futura Collection’s retro-futuristic theme reaches new heights with a collection of  limited edition sculptures. The inspiration for the Futura Collection comes from 60’s futurism. So artists José Ángel Rodríguez Corral and Miriam Hernánde...
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  • Milan Preview & Guide 2016

    Milan Preview & Guide 2016

    Milan Preview & Guide | Salone Internazionale del Mobile 2016 With the celebrated Milan Furniture Fair beginning Tuesday April 12, this is your exclusive KE-ZU supplier guide! Download your copy of the full guide now. You can stay up to date with what's happening at the fair here and can WIN YOUR FAVOURITE NEW PRODUCT by enter...
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  • New World Style and Old World Charm: How to Cohesively Mix the Two

    New World Style and Old World Charm: How to Cohesively Mix the Two

    A lot of people look at an unfurnished space and find the idea of filling it with furniture and accessories quite daunting. Some people find it hard to envision exactly what they want in an interior, while others are overwhelmed by the opinions of others who share the space but don’t want to participate in the decoration of it. Some...
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  • FFF | Inside TWA Flight Center at JFK Airport

    FFF | Inside TWA Flight Center at JFK Airport

    TWA Terminal, New York City; by Eero Saarinen and Associates (1962). In 1962, New York City's TWA terminal at JFK Airport set the bar for futuristic urban design. Today, the tubular terminal  is abandoned, following TWA’s financial deterioration and eventual sale to American Airlines. Great Big Story  has unlocked its doors in th...
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  • Minimalism: Why Less Can Be More

    Minimalism: Why Less Can Be More

    Minimalist individuals embrace living a life with less, and minimalist architecture and design is no exception. Spaces are stripped of anything non-essential, and only the fundamental necessities remain. Those who practice this lifestyle will appreciate the simple elegance of design that is stripped bare. House in Nagoya 01 by S...
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