Wales-born interior designer Johnny Wong, 32, says there's no such thing as an original design. 'Design is all about evolution. You produce a new piece, but it's not really original. You always have to take it from something else.' Which is why his company is called Fak3, a play on the word fake with a reversed 'E'. Favourite furniture shop 'Unto This Last [230 Brick Lane, Shoreditch, London, E2 7EB]. It's all about bringing craft back to the contemporary furniture scene. Its furniture is handmade.' Favourite design magazine 'Wallpaper. It shows a good cross-section of different designs. [For] more intelligent designs, Architecture Review and Domus. For more contemporary and avant-garde design, Fran3.' Country with the best design products 'I don't believe [the quality of designs] is country-related ... it's people and community. A lot of well-known designers have moved from Europe to China. They're nomadic design tribes moving all over the world.' Favourite living designer 'Phillipe Starck. He has exposed design to the public at such a huge rate that people have come to understand what design can do. Without him, people would have seen design differently.' Design no-no 'I don't believe in design no-nos. But as design is moving towards sustainability, [designers have] to be aware of the trend. You can't produce a chair that pollutes just for the sake of designing.' What's on top of your wish list? 'I'd like to see emotional furniture ... It's a kind of interactive furniture that ... can sense your emotions and adapt to it by softening or hardening itself.'