Monocle on Design

Design to last – part 2

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9 February 2021

Episode 487

30 minutes


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We look to Nordic woodworker Nikari for its design philosophy, and speak to architect Hugh Broughton about the challenges of designing for extreme conditions. Also in the programme: how French footwear brand Salomon combines performance with aesthetics.

9 February 2021

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Nikari

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Creative director Jenni Roininen explains how the sustainable wood-furniture manufacturer continues its legacy of making fine products that last.

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Photo: Jane Airey

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Hugh Broughton Architects

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A world leader in designing for extreme conditions, the practice has completed numerous buildings in Antarctica. Hugh Broughton sheds some light on the challenges of designing for harsh polar environments – and discusses a new, otherworldly project.

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Photo: Courtesy of Jean-Philippe Lalonde

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Salomon

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French brand Salomon has long been a giant in the extreme sports world, but lately its considered design and high-tech specifications have also seen this footwear company take the fashion world by storm. Jean-Philippe Lalonde, Salomon’s fashion programme manager, shares how the brand has successfully combined performance with aesthetics.

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