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16 January 2018

We’re flying our fashion flag at two of Europe’s leading menswear events: Florence’s Pitti Uomo and Paris Fashion Week Men’s. Plus: ingenious industrial designs at Köln’s interiors fair.

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Section D, On Design 73: Casio’s timeless wristwatch

11 January 2018

This unlikely Japanese design has graced the wrists of the famous and infamous (Osama bin Laden and Barack Obama both had one) since 1991. Here we pay homage to a humble masterpiece of industrial design: the Casio F-91W…

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9 January 2018

Have you ever wondered why hospital gowns often leave one’s bare essentials exposed? We get to the bottom of it with health-wear company Care + Wear’s cleverly redesigned wearable. Plus: how Campari transplanted its brand…

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Section D, On Design 72: Peugeot’s design diversity

5 January 2018

While best known for its cars, Peugeot has a diverse industrial design pedigree – spanning everything from bicycles to boats – that can be traced back to an altogether more homely object: the pepper mill.

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2 January 2018

Architecture in the Argentine capital is famously chaotic but a fresh crop of designers are giving the city’s skyline renewed elegance. We embark on a guided tour. Plus: Taschen’s ‘The History of Graphic Design’ and the…

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26 December 2017

In this special programme, we look back at the defining ‘Section D’ moments of 2017, including an exhibition that pondered the legacy of Zaha Hadid, an interview with renowned architect Santiago Calatrava, Budapest’s tho…

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19 December 2017

Renowned Canadian graphic designer Burton Kramer discusses his 60-year career and the state of today’s industry. Plus: a lesson in good gift-wrapping with UK design firm Esme Winter.

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Made with care

Venetia Rainey reporting from the Netherlands: Got a civic project that not only needs to look smart but also have people’s best interests at heart? You need a Dutch architect.

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Gaudí regalvanised

Liam Aldous reporting from Barcelona: The architecture of Antoni Gaudí has branded this city but until now this masterpiece has been off-limits. As it finally reveals its secrets, it’s caught up in a Catalan identity crisis…

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A little respect

Kenji Hall reporting from Takamatsu: Japan’s penchant for knocking down old buildings is taking a back seat in one prefecture, where the modernist architecture could, with the right exposure, help boost tourism.

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12 December 2017

German architect Ole Scheeren talks greenery, density and building business in Southeast Asia. We get Jamie Fobert’s tips for running a successful studio and flick through a design-focused travel guide.

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5 December 2017

We mull over the results of the V&A’s new Chinese outpost in Shenzhen’s Design Society, step out with US boot-maker Red Wing and proffer a list of wardrobe essentials for the winter.

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