Photograph by Gerhard Kellermann



Konstantin Grcic

German industrial designer Konstantin Grcic completes our overall top 100 and comes in at 14 in our design list. A total of 48 different stories about the Munich-based designer were visited by our readers over the year, but the most popular by far was the one featuring the minimal hut he designed for Muji.

Grcic's narrow, two-storey cabin was one of three experimental cabins produced for the Japanese brand, with Jasper Morrison and Naoto Fukasawa – who both also design regular products for Muji – designing the other two.

Readers seem to spend a lot of time trawling through our archive of stories on Grcic, with his tag proving extremely popular over the year and back-catalogue posts including his 2013 update of Achille Castiglioni's iconic Parentesi lamp and even his 2007 Miura table for Plank getting decent views.

Top posts:

1. Muji launches trio of prefab minimal cabins by Morrison, Grcic and Fukasawa

2. Konstantin Grcic presents first tile collections for Mutina in Stockholm

3. Magis celebrates 40th anniversary with Milan furniture and accessory launches

4. German museum to host pedestal-themed Konstantin Grcic retrospective