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VITRA & AGILITY

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How will we work tomorrow? It is a topic on everyone’s lips, but hardly anyone asks the question, ‘How do we create more and new corporate values?’ A turning point lies ahead: it is time to rethink work methods and forms of organisation, and to move away from established routines.

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ARTEK

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Artek was founded in Finland in December 1935 by architect Alvar Aalto and his wife Aino Aalto, visual arts promoter Maire Gullichsen and art historian Nils-Gustav Hahl. Their goal was “to sell furniture and to promote a modern culture of living by exhibitions and other educational means.”

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A NEW library IN LIMA

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The New Library is a sensitive extension project of one of the Oldest educational institutions in the Cultural Heritage centre in the Peruvian capital of Lima. The brand new facilities where designed to store and display the antique collection of books and the historic archives of over 200 years old.

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CORPORATE BOXES FOR THE WORLD CUP

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Along with the public seats, Nöra was invited to design, build and supply all the hospitality rooms at Arena Castelão, the first stadium completed in Brazil for the World Cup 2014. The interiors where created to offer a pleasant, timeless and informal experience for up to 20 guests which can enjoy panoramic views towards events taking place at the pitch.

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INTRODUCING RAF SIMONS

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The Raf Simons collection brings the acclaimed designer’s exceptional sense of style to the home. Distinguished by the innovative blending of colour and materials for which he is known in the fashion world, Raf Simons’s first collection of textiles and accessories for the home is by turns sophisticated and playful, 
and produced according to the exacting standards associated with our joint company Kvadrat.

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Nöra Vacuum sealed drawing book

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Nöra has commissioned the Oslo design agency Heydays to create it’s a drawing book. Instead of traditional lines, the book uses a dot grid to not just facilitate in keep writing in line but also to help drawing. Those who don’t know how to draw can certainly sketch some beautiful buildings with this helpful grid.

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