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Volume 4 - Pursuit of Happiness.

Top Recipes for The (almost) start of Summer Dinner Party

Award winning architects from New York, Matt Burgermaster and Lucy Stoll of MABU Architecture, shared their dinner party repertoire with us. And it inspired us to seek out our favourite recipes to celebrate the (almost) start of summer. Read on for party-ready recipes that will take you through the night - inspired by Matt and Lucy's dinner party routine. 
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Volume 4 - Pursuit of Happiness.

Top Six Principles of Good Design To Consider Before Your Next Purchase

Award winning architects from New York, Matt Burgermaster and Lucy Stoll of MABU Architecture, outline six principles of good design we should consider before making our next purchase.
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Volume 4 - Pursuit of Happiness.

#EnsemblExchange. Interview with MABU Architecture: Matt Burgermaster and Lucy Stoll.

Ensembl had the pleasure of sitting down with Matt Burgermaster and Lucy Stoll of MABU Architecture to discuss the design of great spaces, the relationship between environments and the objects within them, and what it means to bring the “right” things into our homes.
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Volume 4 - Pursuit of Happiness.

Dinner Party Design Tips from Apartment Therapy's Maxwell Ryan.

How do you design a dinner party? Or bunch or lunch party, for that matter? Apartment Therapy's Founder, Maxwell Ryan, gave us his six best design tips to get your space ready to host a memorable meal.
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Volume 4 - Pursuit of Happiness.

#EnsemblExchange. Interview with Maxwell Ryan.

Ensembl sat down with Maxwell Ryan, Founder of Apartment Therapy and The Kitchn, to discuss living and entertaining in an apartment, the impact design has on our lives, and what we should think about when bringing new products into our home.
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Volume 4 - Pursuit of Happiness.

The Pursuit of Happiness.

When it comes to purchasing products, what is a sustainable consumer? What is a conscious consumer? And what are we looking for when we say we want meaning in the products we bring home? 
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Volume 3 - Must Have It

Must Have It.

Being materialistic or not is a choice humans never had. The human obsession with all things beautiful and creative is an inevitable consequence of our evolution, our psychology, and our anthropology.
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Volume 3 - Must Have It

Design Three Ways: Is Design in a Stylistic Funk?

  The three most influential design philosophies of the past century have been Modernism, American Industrial Design and Postmodernism. Each broke with precedent in its own way but the enduring legacies of these pioneering movements mean that contemporary designers are struggling to articulate a stylistic philosophy of their own.  
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Volume 3 - Must Have It

#EnsemblExchange with Anna-Alexia Basile.

  Anna-Alexia Basile is an extraordinary photographer and artist from San Francisco. In her #EnsemblExchange, she shares what inspires her work, how imperfection is crucial to achieving beauty, and why a human connection is essential to capturing the perfect shot.
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#EnsemblExchange with Tamsin Rush

  In her Exchange, Tamsin Rush shares with Ensembl why she thinks beauty is important in our homes and why style is a construct. Plus, we discuss the role for AI in design and how our collective awareness is impacting the products we make and the products we purchase, and vice versa.
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The Self-Evident World of Industrial Design.

  An inside look at the first profession the world invented when it began to have everything it needed. One finds individuals with a deep-rooted desire to anticipate the future, pursue aesthetic beauty for its own sake and are very, very competitive playing field.
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#EnsemblExchange with Andreas Bell.

  Andreas Bell, President of TEAMS Design USA, tells #EnsemblExchange that the role of an industrial designer is to be an advocate of meaningful ideas and how functionality should be highlighted, not compromised, by product design.
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