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With a Japanese Garden in Soho, MUJI Highlights the Raw Materials of Everyday Objects
The pop-up, designed by Brooklyn-based Ladies & Gentlemen Studio, celebrates the brand's ten-year anniversary in the U.S. and its revamped Broadway flagship location.
Design Is Like Making Soup, Says Naoto Fukasawa
The celebrated Japanese designer muses on the similarities between design and soup making, the enduring relevance of "Super Normal", and the power of observation.
For Designer Margrethe Odgaard, Patterns Guides Our Everyday Experiences
The Danish designer uses decorative elements to illustrate patterns in everyday life.
Out of the Doghouse
In this month’s issue, we profiled Muji creative director Kenya Hara‘s design venture, Architecture for Dogs. Hara paired big-name architects and designers like Kazuyo Sejima (of SANAA fame), Konstanti
Muji’s Kenya Hara Brings Design Innovation to the Doghouse
Twelve architects use their professional skills to relate better to their four-legged friends.