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Design/Architecture Briefing— Global

Preface

Mexico City's housing complex that goes back to nature, a chair made in collaboration with flip-flop giant Havaianas, and the bestselling Lamino armchair.

Carlos Motta, Craft, Han Kjobenhavn, Hierve-Diseñería, Swedese, Tonfisk, Valcucine Living

Bestseller

Swedese: Lamino by Yngve Ekström, 1956

Designed by Swedese’s founder, the Lamino armchair comes in a range of woods, finishes and upholstery. “It’s suitable for all people and can be placed in any environment. It sells all over the world to people’s homes, offices and hotels,” says managing director Peter Jiseborn.

Back to its roots

Mexico [HOUSING]

In Valle de Bravo, a city built in 1530 two hours outside Mexico City, is the Santa María project consisting of nine L-shaped houses by multi- disciplinary firm Hierve-Diseñería. Shortlisted for…

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