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Within the design world, Memphis was a watershed. “You were either for it, or against it. “All the boring old designers hated it. The rest of us loved it,” recalled Bill Moggridge, co-founder of the IDEO industrial design group. Among the old guard was Vico Magistretti. “This furniture offers no possibility of development whatsoever,” he declaimed. “It is only a variant of fashion.»Memphis / Design Museum Collection : - Design/Designer Information