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Sometimes the best solutions are truly the simplest ones, using time-honored techniques and basic materials in novel ways.
Pet houses are rarely as fun or wacky as the Pet Monster series from designer Subinay Malhotra. The series combines bright colors, soft lines, and technology into some ridiculously playful furniture for your furry friends.
A glass floor above the foyer of this stunning loft in Stockholm visually connects two stories and lets natural light stream through both spaces, ensuring that the master bedroom in the attic still feels open to the rest of the home.
The shyest person at any party will most likely gravitate toward the edges, standing against a wall or taking a seat to observe unnoticed.
Do you spend your workdays thinking of camping and playing in the great outdoors? Being stuck in an office can be a bummer when all you really want to do is make some s'mores and kick back by a campfire.
This eclectic line of side tables from designer Cédric Canaud use a variety of materials and finishes to make a big impact.
Looking like a modernist sculpture covered in a delicate sheet of ice, The A' House rises up from its narrow perch on a residential Tokyo street.
Watch your pet fish flit around peacefully as you cook with this sleek minimalist kitchen island that doubles as a massive aquarium.
Made of recycled laminated timber and salvaged aluminum, this rounded pod home floats on the surface of any calm body of water, gathering all of its power from solar panels built into the roof.
Arrange a series of curvilinear, hill-like forms made of foam to create a custom outdoor landscape according to both your aesthetic preferences and your comfort.
What would your life look like if it were measured by all of the random scraps of paper you write your lists, appointments, phone numbers and thoughts upon each day?
Balloons are magical enough to capture the attention of kids and adults alike. Duffy London uses bright floating balloons to support the clear tabletop of their UP Balloon Coffee Table.
Any parent will sympathize with the eternal plight that is kids' play furniture. It's expensive, it's always in the way, and eventually they're probably going to break it or ruin it with markers or nail polish or names carved into the wood.
Can a technologically advanced 'smart home' fitted with IT systems and appliances be enhanced even more simply by crafting a flexible, adaptable layout?
Hovering in the air above us, illuminated as if from the sun or moon, cloud-shaped lamps mimic the world outside while also functioning as practical and sculptural light fixtures.
Hanging cherished photos and other paper keepsakes can be a drag since you'll probably have to use a pushpin that puts a hole in the very thing you want to preserve.
Have you ever walked down a beach in the winter and seen the forlorn, abandoned lifeguard stations dotting the sand?
This lamp seems to come to life in a way that might creep out all you arachnophobes out there, clinging to surfaces in a decidedly spider-like way.
It seems like there are two types of chairs: those that are nice to look at, and those that are comfy to sit in.
Polly, the pulley-style lamp from Diane Espiritu and Jeffrey Liu, gives you the freedom to adjust the position and strength of your lighting just by moving it up or down.