Hubert le Gall lives and works in Paris. He designs creative furniture that combines functionality with fantasy. The works by the French designer sell for between five and 15-thousand euros. They can be found in private homes and museums.
Revered designer Peter Ghyczy — and his legendary Cold War "Egg" chair — gets a solo exhibition at the Brussels Design Museum that celebrates function over form.
What do houses from the 3D printer in Dubai, wooden crate furniture in Beijing, a suspension railway in Medellín, urban farming in Detroit and a micro home in Berlin have to do with the German Bauhaus?
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