Monocle on Design

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1 December 2015

Episode 216

29 minutes


Photo: Molteni Archive

This week we turn our attention to interiors, from Italian furniture to Kuwaiti entertainment spaces. We get a masterclass in interior design from renowned British designer Tara Bernerd. Plus Graeme Brooker, head of interior design at London's Royal College of Art, gives us an insight into how he's training the next generation of talent.

1 December 2015

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Chapter 1

Molteni Museum

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Italian furniture company Molteni is among the best in Brianza, a region famed for furniture design. We sent Monocle correspondent Ivan Carvalho to visit a new museum dedicated to the company’s heritage.

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Tara Bernerd

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Tara Bernerd’s interior-design work is sought after across the globe. Here she explains her approach.

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Graeme Brooker

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Graeme Brooker, head of interior design at London’s Royal College of Art, takes us through the fundamentals of the discipline, and how he’s fostering the next generation of talent.

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Chapter 4

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Photo: Swimming Pool at Cubed 3, Kuwait, Bab Nimnim

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Jassim Al-Saddah

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Jassim Al-Saddah is the creative manager and owner of Babnimnim, a Kuwaiti design firm making waves in the Gulf. He tells us about a particular space that plays an important role in Kuwaiti society, and the country’s design scene more generally.

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