Fall is upon us and the nights are getting cooler by the day. As the temperature drops, you’ll want to grab a cozy blanket or throw to keep you warm.
The Y Duplex Penthouse is spread out over 160 square meters (1722 square feet) in one of Tel Aviv’s neighborhoods where all of the multi-story buildings look the same, mostly uninspired.
WestEdge Design Fair was back this past weekend in Santa Monica at the Barker Hangar for its second show!
Artist Jacob Hashimoto presents an unbelievable installation of 30,000 hand-made kites at the Mary Boone Gallery in New York this month!
Quebec-based Huppé brought on the multi-hyphenate Karim Rashid to create a bedroom collection that not only fits their bill, but falls in line with Rashid’s aesthetic.
Philadelphia-based SHIFT_DESIGN designs and manufactures sustainable products for the outdoors. Their CMYK Collection is not only customizable, they’re locally made in Pennsylvania and come flat-packed for easy shipping.
MÖKKI is the cutest little planter/lamp I’ve ever seen. Designed by Mexican design studio PECA, the hybrid tabletop piece would make an impressive centerpiece or coffee table conversation piece.
French architect Julie Rosier completed a new private home in Paris that consisted of redeveloping a duplex in the 14th district of the city.
Architects for Animals, an awareness-raising initiative, brought together some of the best architecture and design firms to create some amazing outdoor cat shelters to benefit FixNation, a not-for-profit organization dedicated to minimizing cat populations in a humane way. All the shelters were unveiled to the public during an exhibit named “Giving Shelter” this past September, and proceeds were donated to FixNation.
The experienced traveler knows whenever possible it’s best to strategize, to optimize, and pack everything into a carry-on, avoiding the wait-and-unpredictable-fate of checked-in luggage.
We’ve featured a jewelry collection that’s made up of an unusual material, dust. Now, we examine another collection of bespoke vessels, telling the life story of dust.
We are taking a virtual day trip to France… Paris to be exact, to visit Colonel, a lovely design shop run by designers for design lovers.
Jason Fiske, whose art we’ve admired before, is conquering new territory with Landforms. He moves from two-dimensional to three-dimensional pieces made of wood and other natural materials.
Designed by Mole Architects for a retiring couple, Stackyard is a two-story home on the border of Palgrave village in Suffolk that neighbors a farmhouse.
Our quest for the perfect nap accessory continues and the new Ostrich Pillow Mini from kawamura-ganjavian for Studio Banana will make the power nap that much easier.
The Action Method? In essence, it’s the process of breaking down a project into three primary components: action steps (specific tasks; “do this”), reference (notes, sketches, research, links), and things on the backburner (“for later, but worth keeping”).
If you’ve ever stayed at the Lloyd Hotel & Cultural Embassy in Amsterdam, you might have spotted the Lloyd table by Christoph Seyferth of Serener.
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Bosa partnered with designer Patricia Urquiola to design a water pitcher for a charity project. H2O Bilbao is a reinterpreted ceramic Kaiku, a traditional, iconic container from the Basque culture made of wood that was used for milk and to warm up liquids.
This apartment in Stockholm, Sweden had been nothing more than a space for storage for 30 years. During that time, the owner had started a renovation in the 1980s but that was halted when he became sick.