Making of Luca Nichetto’s Tea Set

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Designed for Toronto gallery and shop Mjölk, the Aureola Tea Set by Luca Nichetto and Lera Moiseeva is a beautiful example of conscious design combined with natural materials. The set approaches tea drinking as a communal ritual that’s both familiar and new. To learn more about the multi-use set and the approach to “slow food” through design, nomadic living and prototyping, MOLD recently interviewed the …

The Future of Workwear

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Milan’s Triennale Museum delves into the future of workwear with a new exhibit curated by Alessandro Geurriero. The design prompt tasked 40 international creatives from the fields of art, architecture, design and fashion to create uniforms for a job that will, or should, exist in the future. As you may expect, the results are much more interesting than the average blue jumpsuit.

The Maracanã Blow

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Brazil’s gut-wrenching 1950 World Cup defeat at Estádio do Maracanã in Rio de Janeiro has stayed with the country in the form of “The Maracanã Blow.” With sound effects, chirpy music, gorgeous photos of various places in Brazil and lots of sweet and moving illustrations, Christoph Niemann personifies the Maracanaço for the New York Times, telling the story of the historic final match and the …