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20 October 2015

Episode 210

28 minutes

David Plaisant speaks to Seattle-based architect Jim Olson about creating the perfect space and atmosphere for art in domestic architecture. Plus we meet one of Muji’s principal designers, Naoto Fukasawa, as well as the British duo behind new label Hillier Bartley and Italian design theorist Gianluigi Ricuperati.

20 October 2015

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Jim Olson

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Architect Jim Olson discusses designing the perfect house for the aspiring art collector as well as his own house in Puget Sound, Washington State, which features in ‘The Monocle Guide to Cosy Homes’, out now.

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Naoto Fukasawa

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As well as working closely with Muji, set to open a 5th Avenue flagship in New York, Naoto Fukasawa also works with a range of brands from around the world.

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Gianluigi Ricuperati

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Gianluigi Ricuperati’s books have been published in several languages and his impressive new offering is entitled ‘100 Global Minds’. It celebrates the world’s most distinguished cross-disciplinary thinkers.

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Hillier Bartley

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Designer Katie Hillier and Luella Bartley’s new label Hillier Bartley revisits traditional British tailoring. Monocle’s Daphné Hézard catches up with them in Paris.

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