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Good design is invisible: an interview with iA's Oliver Reichenstein
170inShare Jump To Close Oliver Reichenstein is the founder and director of Information Architects, the Tokyo, Zurich, and Berlin-based design agency. iA's usual trade is website design and consultancy along with the odd concept like the Twitter strikethrough, but the company has also found recent success in iOS and Mac app development. Reichenstein recently took the time to answer some of my questions on design and development. Sam Byford: Where are you right now, and what are you doing? Oliver Reichenstein: I’m in Switzerland. SB: What originally brought you to Japan, and what kept you here? OR: I went there on vacation. Arriving in Japan without any knowledge of the language, I lived in a world without words, where, almost like a baby, I had to learn everything from scratch. Being literally speechless for almost three months, I also discovered the aesthetic and functional beauty of Japanese typography and, through that, of Latin typography. What really kept me there was my wife.