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Cubist-inspired furniture

Designers are reinterpreting the broken/reassembled cubist aesthetic to create sculptural furniture with a compellingly maverick spirit, says Charlotte Abrahams
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Striking new transparent storage

Today’s transparent storage is striking in its simplicity, as new technologies minimise the need for frames and fixings. Time to cut clutter and embrace the art of display, says Jenny Dalton
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Cabinets of curiosity

Contemporary treasure chests can be as extraordinary as the precious objects they contain. It’s a playful role reversal that is captivating collectors, says Nicole Swengley
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The line of beauty

Shelves are no longer the support act. Now they are sculptural works of art in their own right. Katrina Burroughs reports
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Raw inspiring

Unfinished wood is the material of the moment – tactile, inherently unique and now, in the hands of imaginative designers, taking very sophisticated shape indeed. Charlotte Abrahams reports
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Revival of the fittest

Dismissed as elitist and unappealing in their era, the designs of Le Corbusier, Eames and their resolutely modern company became the 20th century’s most desirable icons. Now manufacturers are scouring the archives for forgotten gems. Lucia van der Post reports
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Hues in store

Bold, provocative use of colour is turning storage pieces into spotlight stealers, says Nicole Swengley
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