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The collective of Memphis was engaged in challenging, radical research. They provide one of the most interesting examples of how basic research on product meanings moves to applications. [IN THE ILLUSTRATION First room: the studio of Memphis’s Ettore Sottsass. On the wall: a sketch of the Carlton sideboard. Second room: A laboratory at Alessi. On the table: a prototype of the Mandarin citrus squeezer. Third room: the office of Jonathan Ive at Apple. On the table: a prototype of the iMac G3.]

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