The Day and Night Light by Éléonore Delisse is not only a beautiful, richly hued lamp, it also has a psychological benefit.
SHSH Architecture + Scenography took an old storage warehouse in Brussels and turned one floor of it into a modern loft with an art studio for a family with three children.
Jo Wilton and Mirka Grohn are the British-Finnish design duo that launched &New, a modern furniture company that focuses on minimalist, airy designs.
Kame – Japanese for “tortoise” – is both the name and inspiration for this collaboration between Japanese design studio Nendo and Italian luggage manufacturer, Fabbrica Pelletterie Milano.
Designed by Matthew Weatherly for BDI, the Sequel Wall-Mounted Desk 6004 is the latest in the Sequel Office line and it was made with smaller spaces in mind.
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Scandinavian design is already renown as unfussy, respective of natural finishes and material, and gracefully modern.
Eppstein Uhen Architects renovated a 1940’s Allis Chalmers manufacturing plant in West Allis, Wisconsin into a new office space for Johnson Controls.
Brooklyn-based VOLK has introduced their latest collection for 2015, which features mixed materials and a new bleached ash finish.
London-based graphic designer Silvia Baz created Typeworks, a series of visually stimulating prints of letters.
The Wald Plug Lamp is kind of like a floor lamp but it doesn’t take up any floor space. Los Angeles-based Feltmark stripped the floor lamp and removed all extraneous parts, leaving only the essentials.
Los Angeles-based Sormeh Azad’s career at design/build firm Built Inc. began in 2011 where she started as a design intern.
Zieta Prozessdesign, known for their blown-up looking stools, is back and taking that same idea to mirrors.
The past few weeks have been tough in my house – everyone has been sick! I’ve spent more time in my bed than anywhere else, and that made me start to think about my bedding… maybe I should have multiple duvet covers so that I can change it more often during “sick season”!
DT estúdio took on renovations of an 1,130 square foot apartment in São Paulo, Brazil, which began as a disjointed, two bedroom residence.
I ventured to the Architectural Digest Home Design Show in New York City for the first time this year and it totally lived up to its hype.
If you recall, we finished up our guest room and quickly moved on to our backyard… aka “brownsville” but ran into some delays so instead we focused on other fun stuff like the kitchen and bathroom faucets and organizing some of our clutter.
If you have kids, you know that the last thing you need is yet another THING to carry, remember, and lug around.
Wave is a minimalist house located in Kanagawa, Japan, designed by Apollo Architects & Associates. The 1,118-square-foot home is situated on the beach, purchased by an individual working in an advertising firm with an affinity for surfing.
Ever annoyed by all those little things you have sitting around with no real place to put them? Pinorama is a perforated metal board that gives a home to all those homeless bits and pieces you have laying around, like pens, extra keys, twine, etc..