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Totally in love with these Resin Stools from Chen Chen & Kai Williams. They’re available in a tall (30 inches) or short version (18 inches) and each urethane resin top is handmade, meaning no two stools will be exactly alike.
Well, how’s that for timing? Microsoft just demoed a video showcasing the progress of their buttery smooth stabilization technology at SIGGRAPH, and yesterday morning Instagram surprises with the announcement of Hyperlapse, a standalone app that simplifies the creation and sharing of time-lapse videos directly from mobile devices.
When an architect designs and builds his/her own home, you know it’s going to be good. The Paddington Residence, located in Paddington, Queensland, Australia, was designed by and for Ellivo Architects’ Principal Mason Cowle and his family and his goal was to create a contemporary home in an historic neighborhood.
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Food as a medium is not a new concept, but a revisited one. Many trades, especially textile designers are finding crossover with food while developing their pieces.
Evernote looked to Bay Area product designer Eric Pfeiffer to design a line of desktop accessories that showed some mid-century modern love.
Made from 16 oz. solid copper, the Vogeli Bird Feeders will last a lifetime, slowly aging to a natural green patina.
OK, maybe 4.5 ways… You may already know that I’m not an avid DIY-er. That’s not to say that I don’t appreciate DIY or think it’s a clever option—I DO—and I’m jealous of those who have the talent, time, creativity, and perseverance to create something themselves.
Situated in Chipinque, which is a part of the Sierra Madre Oriental mountains in Northeastern Mexico, this apartment is located within a 1970′s complex that was designed to provide affordable housing during that time.
Norwegian designer Lars Beller Fjetland feels strongly that people benefit from daily interaction with natural elements, like wood, which guided him in the creation of his latest design, the Touchwood Chair for Discipline.
Ewa Śliwińska is a young Polish, Poznan-based jewelry designer whose project, The Living Points Structure, shies away from the traditional jewelry conventions of stability, fixedness, and uniformity.
Besides having a cute name, Spanish design studio La Mamba makes equally cute and fun accessories for the home.
For this month’s Where I Work, we slip into the world of Alissia Melka-Teichroew, founder and creative director of New York-based design studio byAMT.
Cooking is quite the art these days and having a place to share that creativity is becoming more and more prominent.
Located in Boca del Rio, Veracruz, Mexico, Three House is a project built on an irregular 22′ x 62′ lot that was designed by Gerardo Ars Arquitectura for the family’s children.
Roee Magdassi decided to ask a question when beginning this project… “Does furniture have a personality?
With its unmistakable bent plywood shell and plush, yet supportive leather cushioning, the Eames Lounge Chair has become synonymous with the design language of midcentury modern furnishing.
Elka by Oscar Pipson is a bar stool inspired by the Cervidae (deer family), specifically the way that the antlers grow and join, along with its tall, aggressive stance. Using transitional geometry and multi-axis CNC machining, the Elka is made of Beech wood.
We stopped by the Shinola TriBeCa Flagship store to chat with Creative Director Daniel Caudill about their commitment to American design and manufacturing, quality leather goods, watches, and awesome bikes.
In the dystopian future of The Matrix, humanity has been converted into a renewable crop by energy-starved sentient machines, with “farms” of human bodies harnessed and harvested for their metabolic output.