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New year, new design

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5 January 2016

Episode 221

29 minutes


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We set you up for a brand new year of design, beginning with a chat between Josh Fehnert and Monocle’s design correspondent David Plaisant about what’s in store for 2016. We also head to Rio to check out the newly inaugurated Museum of Tomorrow. Plus: we talk to Mario Piazza, one of the editors of a new book from Moleskine about renowned Dutch designer Bob Noorda.

5 January 2016

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The year ahead in design

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Josh Fehnert and Monocle’s design correspondent David Plaisant look forward to what 2016 has to offer when in comes to design.

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The Museum of Tomorrow

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The Museum of Tomorrow in Rio is a bold new venture designed by Catalan architect Santiago Calatrava. Eschewing the usual approach of focussing on objects, it’s mainly concerned with ideas about where we’ve come from and where we’re going. Monocle’s Rio correspondent Sheena Rossiter visits the museum to find out more.

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‘Bob Noorda Design’

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Dutch designer Bob Noorda spent most of his career in Milan coming up with some of the most iconic examples of Italian commercial advertising. It’s appropriate then that Italian company Moleskine, better known for its notebooks, published the last graphic work produced and conceived by Noorda, ‘Bob Noorda Design’. Monocle’s Milan correspondent Ivan Carvalho sits down with Mario Piazza, one of the editors of the book.

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