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Left: Quake by Antoine Phelouzat. Right: Cafe Chair by Shimoichi Mokkousha Ichi.

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(Left: Jean-Paul Bath, director general of VIA. Middle: Creativity and industry are one of the 10 values of French design. Right: No Taste for Bad Taste, so Starck, so Bouroullec...so le French Design is now on at the National Design Centre.

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BORGHESE SOFA by Noé Duchaufour Lawrance.

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S+ARCKBIKE SNOW by Philippe Starck.

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PLOUM by Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec.

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VERTIGO by Constance Guisset.

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IZURU 09 by Izuru.

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CEDAR FLORAL MOTIF BROOCH by Hanai Shoten.

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LEGLESS CHAIR by Studio Jig.

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WOODEN BUD VASES by MoonRounds.

East-West Design

Two exhibitions showcase France and Japan’s design aesthetics.
Oct 18, 2019 5:50 AM

THEY ARE DIVIDED by thousands of kilometres but when it comes to design, France and Japan are united in their pursuit of high quality and balance of form and function. And if you’re keen to know how they do it, two ongoing exhibitions will show you.

First up is NO TASTE FOR BAD TASTE

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