The Park Avenue Armory has been home to 80% of my most memorable art viewing experiences ever: Motorcycles that “draw”, indoor rain during Macbeth, an augmented reality “Last Supper”, and super-tall-swings that move giant white curtains. And now artist Martin Creed has taken over the entire space (including an area that regular visitors have never seen), with work that will make you smile, roll your eyes, and just appreciate the pointless joy of art that doesn’t need a reason.
Eran Naim and Ori Donitz, the duo behind En Design Studio, designed the interior of this five-room apartment in Israel that was purchased new.
Design studio Space Copenhagen expanded their Spine Collection for Danish design house Fredericia to now include the Spine Daybed and the Spine Lounge Petit.
Determining whose MacBook belongs to whom at a table can sometimes feel like finding out which Prius is yours at a Whole Foods parking lot.
Tel Aviv-based designer Ori Ravgad created three unique objects for his graduation project that explore the art of wood veneer.
Architects and twin sisters, Luisa + Lilian Parrado have designed a geometric wall module to hold potted plants.
Yep, you read that right. These convertible duffels are not only stylish, but they’re also very, very sustainable.
On this episode of Clever, Australian designer, illustrator and typographer Gemma O’Brien reveals how her big break began with being slammed by a noteworthy font expert on the internet, regales us with her puke puns for illustrated barf bags, and elaborates on her deep love of words and letters.
WEND Studio recently launched with the goal of blending traditional Indonesian hand weaving with a modern California aesthetic.
A’Lentil Design were tasked with overhauling this 712 square foot apartment in Taipei for a couple who desired comfortable, multifunctional spaces within its modest footprint.
Last year, Slowdown Studio launched a collection of limited-edition, artist-designed throws and they’re back with a new collaboration featuring the work of illustrator/designer duo Maxime Prou and Adèle Favrea of Atelier Bingo.
The New York City-based KWAMBIO is an on-demand manufacturing platform that utilizes 3D printing technology and we featured some of their pieces, all of which are created by designers, earlier this year.
San Francisco-based Volata Cycles have engineered a bicycle worthy of a “2.0” designation, one designed to work in unison with 2.4″ app-based embedded computer integrated into the handlebar.
A+Z Design Studio, run by architect and production designer Attila F. Kovács and his art director and stylist wife, Zsuzsa Megyesi, became their own clients when they converted a four-story building that was once a weapons factory, into their home.
Working with transparent resin, Saerom Yoon designed a pair of tables where the clear resin takes on colorful gradients.
From playful tights to industrial sculpture, these five favorites can’t be overlooked… This one-person sauna above was created out of concrete pieces used for mine shafts.
Taking inspiration from Magewappa, a traditional Japanese bent wood craft, the Counterpoise lamp is simple and flexible.
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At first, boatbuilder turned furniture designer may sound odd, but as you think about it, it makes more and more sense.
The influx of young professionals into competitive markets like San Francisco, London, Seattle, New York City, and Los Angeles has led to a dearth of available housing accompanied with increasingly prohibitively expensive rents. Even recognizing this need for increased housing, many cities are hitting up against the wall of available space for development.