Present & Correct

Stationery Compositions is an exploration in colour,
shape and stationery - an extra-curricular project by
London-based stationers, Present & Correct.




Drawer House is an architectural project by Japanese design studio, nendo.
Designed in response to the limited housing situation in Tokyo, nendo use space-saving
drawers as functional elements that slide from the walls into a central living space.



Studio Lee Sanghyeok

Useful Living is a project by Berlin-based furniture designer Lee Sanghyeok.
Made from solid oak and brass, the pieces reflect a range of influences; classic Danish furniture design,
construction scaffolding and nomadic living.

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Composed of folding chairs in moments of stasis, Highly Liquid
is an installation by Magali Reus at Galerie Fons Welter.


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Combining painting, collage and gathered objects to evoke an environment at the edge of civilisation,
Feels like Sunday is a mixed-media installation by Berlin-based artist Fritz Bornstück.
de Ateliers, Amsterdam, 2012.




A series of posters with intricate cut-out patterns created by a simple snap-blade paper cutter.
Designed by art director Hideto Yagi for Polish tool manufacturer, Olfa.

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Übergang by photographer Josef Schulz is a photo series of disused border checkpoints across Europe.

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Elepo by Berlin-based artist Berta Fischer.
One of a series of organic-shaped sculptures made from synthetic materials,
exploring the relationship between natural and artificial form.
Image courtesy of Karin Guenther gallery.



Untitled Forms (Sufficiency) by Toronto-based artist Laurie Kang explores the
blurred lines between image and object using photographic materials.



A self-titled monograph on Danish artist Tove Storch, featuring a conversation with curator Thomas Caron.
Photography by Anders Sune Berg.

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Ulsan 2, photographed in 2010 by artist Thomas Struth, shows an apartment complex in Ulsan, South Korea.
A selection of Thomas’ latest work is at Marian Goodman Gallery, New York until 22nd February.



At Zenith, a 1979 study of the sky and clouds by photographer William Eggleston,
captured whilst lying on the ground and pointing his camera at the point directly above, the celestial zenith.
The full series is at the Gagosian Gallery, 11th January–20th February.
Images courtesy of Gagosian Gallery.

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Grid Reference is a series by London-based photographer Sam Irons.
Taken during road trips across the UK, Europe and the US, each photograph's title
is its precise geographic coordinates.



Iterations by LA-based painter Alex Olson.
Image courtesy of Lisa Cooley Gallery.



The Garden Edit founded by English gardener John Tebbs features
a collection of products for, and inspired by, the garden.
The Meteor planters pictured are hand-made by American ceramicist Pilar Wiley.



Listening to Architecture is a photo book by Ryo Suzuki that explores the poetry of modernist architecture.
Published in Japan by Plancton.

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An artistic interpretation of Barbara Kruger's work
by Berlin-based creative studio, Haw-lin Services.

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Tomoko Yamashita

Yama-ori Tani-ori by graphic designer Tomoko Yamashita is a study of origami;
Yama-ori (mountain fold), Tani-ori (valley fold).

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Shinji Otani

Photography from the series Patchwork by Shinji Otani.
Shinji's work features in an exhibition at Tokyo's Gallery 916 from 6th - 28th December.

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Anna Kövecses

Ábécés könyv by Cyprus-based graphic designer Anna Kövecses
is a children’s book illustrating the 44 letters of the Hungarian alphabet.


Lukas Peet

Rudi brass pendant light by Canadian designer Lukas Peet for Roll & Hill.
Photography by Jennilee Marigomen.



Visual identity by Anagrama for Nordic House, a premium dry-cleaning service
based in San Francisco.

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10 stamp by Colönia, a creative studio based in Porto, Portugal.
Each celebratory stamp is hand-crafted from Shibuichi, a classic Japanese alloy
containing silver, copper and Panga-Panga, a tropical African wood.

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JR Loft, an architectural project in Brussels.
Photography by Claessens & Deschamps.



The COS pop-up store at Opening Ceremony is now open.
Available at their store on Howard Street, New York and online for one month, the curated selection of modern womenswear and menswear pieces from our AW13 collection includes crisp cotton shirting, deconstructed tailoring and new knitwear qualities...

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Pattern inspiration from the image archive of London-based creative studio Patternity.
We asked Patternity to create an installation within our stores, read more about the project here.

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Lane Coder

Squash by New York-based photographer, Lane Coder.

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Brice Marden’s Book Of Images, 1970 (Drawing), available from Karma,
a bookstore, gallery and publisher in New York.

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Celebration of Polish Design

To mark our first year in Poland, we have invited a selection of Polish design studios to exhibit at COS, Mysia 3.
Work by Studio Rygalik, MooMoo Architects and design duo chmara.rosinke, will feature in the
store windows until 12th October.


Tangent Garment Care

Tangent Garment Care make laundry and shoe care products from carefully selected organic ingredients.


Ace Hotel London Shoreditch

Coming soon… 100 Shoreditch High Street, London E1 6JQ.
Photography by Mads Perch.

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COS Reads

The COS AW13 magazine is here! Titled ‘On stage; The world as performance’, we are celebrating its arrival
with an accompanying reading list on the theme of performance, chosen by a series of book stores across Europe.
Alongside the COS AW13 magazine, the books from the reading list will be part of a special window display
at selected stores, inspired by the work of artists Elsa-Louise Manceaux and Bernardo Gaeiras.


Hilda Hellstrom

The Monument, 2nd Edition. An installation for Swarovski, Innsbruck.


Jesse Howard & OpenStructures

The Waterboiler by Jesse Howard in collaboration with Thomas Lommée of OpenStructures.


Marcius Galan

Geometric Progression by Marcius Galan at White Cube Bermondsey, London until 29th September 2013.
Photography by Ben Westoby, image courtesy of White Cube.

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Hanna Kruse

Soe Cup series made from ceramic, steel and copper wire.


Joe Doucet

IOTA by New York-based designer Joe Doucet, is a deck of playing cards printed with simplified
geometric symbols and minimal lines.
Photography by Kendall Mills.

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Lex Pott

True Colours Shelves by Amsterdam-based designer Lex Pott, are made from various combinations of metals
that have been treated to different stages of oxidization, in search of their true colours.

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Simon Kinneir

The Leaven Range by London-based designer Simon Kinneir, is a growing collection of everyday kitchen
products, designed to give sensory feedback through touch, temperature, sound or movement.

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To celebrate Marseille being named this year’s European Capital of Culture, we have created
a mobile pop-up store that will be placed in the city’s centre for one week.

Designed by chmara.rosinke, it is made from pine treated with orange and linseed oil, combining functionality
and clean lines to complement the hand-chosen selection of garments on display.


Cos x Serpentine 2013

COS in support of the Serpentine Park Nights 2013

This summer COS are supporting Park Nights, a series of events, screenings and talks that take place
at the 2013 Serpentine Gallery Pavilion. We commissioned film-maker James Aiken to explore the Pavilion
space, and asked the architect Sou Fujimoto to tell the story of the project.


Sou Fujimoto

House N  by Sou Fujimoto, architect of the Serpentine Gallery 2013 Pavilion.

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Desk Set is a collaboration between design studio Daniel Emma and Field. With a focus on natural materials and
industrial processes, the pieces are made from leather, carved soapstone, machined copper and reclaimed pine.

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Kirstie van Noort

Ceramic Paint a project inspired by the origin and production of china by Kirstie van Noort.

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Monocle café

The first Monocle café in London is now open
18 Chiltern Street

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CEREAL Magazine

CEREAL Magazine - A quarterly publication dedicated to food and travel

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Cathelijne Nuijsink

How to Make a Japanese House by Cathelijne Nuijsink
Published by NAi Publishers

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Eric Forey

Urban architectural photography by Eric Forey, also known as ‘Kala’

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Studio Vit

Marble Lights is a collection of table, floor and pendant lights by London-based designers Studio Vit.

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We asked filmmaker Andrew Telling to tell the story behind our pop-up concept store at Salone del Mobile.


COS x Salone del Mobile x Bonsoir Paris

For the second year, COS is celebrating Salone del Mobile, Europe’s largest furniture design fair
with a pop-up concept store created by French design duo Bonsoir Paris.

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Laura Noriega

Empathy a series of vases and candle holders made from Kiyomizu Ceramic designed by Laura Noriega.

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Michael Pütz

720degrees flexible lighting designed by Michael Pütz.
You can see more of his work at Ventura Lambrate during the Salone del Mobile design fair
in Milan, as well as something special from COS...

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Ben Ryuki Miyagi

House of Solitude by Ben Ryuki Miyagi
You can see more of his work at Ventura Lambrate during the Salone del Mobile design fair
in Milan, as well as something special from COS...

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Nicholas Alan Cope

Images from the series Whitewash by photographer Nicholas Alan Cope.
Published by powerHouse Books.

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Norm Architects collaborated with MENU to design Höst restaurant in Copenhagen combining
industrial features with rustic reclaimed materials.
Photography by Jonas Bjerre-Poulsen

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Gather Journal

Gather Journal is a bi-annual magazine dedicated to food and inspiring photography

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Seungji Mun

Four Brothers a series of chairs made from a single sheet of plywood by Seungji Mun

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Viviane Sassen

Roxane by Viviane Sassen, published by Oodee

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Photography by Moscow-based artist Stanislav Markov, known as Garmonique

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