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Secrets and Lights at the V&A

As the ‘hub’ of the London Design Festival, London’s Victoria and Albert Museum hosted not only the Wishlist project, but also a series of specially commissioned installations.

Tips & Tricks for 3D Printing in Photoshop CC

In honor of our “You Are How You Eat” contest, the cool folks over at Adobe are sharing some tips and tricks for 3D printing in Photoshop CC.

A Modern Lakefront Home with Separation for Adults & Kids

Alfonso Architects were hired to design a home in Tampa, Florida that would answer the needs of a typical family (two adults, two kids), giving them all separate spaces for their individual needs and activities.

A Light, Smart eBike for City Dwellers

Apple Watch? What Apple Watch? We’re too distracted by the Gi Bike, a smart bike that’s foldable and perfect for city dwellers.

Plumber Clock by Andrea Bellotto for BOZU

Plumber is a unique ceramic clock designed by Andrea Bellotto for BOZU made of ceramic and inspired by plumbing pipes.

Eley Kishimoto Launches First Wallpaper Collection

Eley Kishimoto is well-known for their incredible graphic patterns and print designs and the design team is taking the next logical step into wallpaper.

Where I Work: Bernard Brucha of MASHstudios

Last year, we followed along with Bernard Brucha, of MASHstudios, on a typical workday and we found the industrial and space designer so intriguing we wanted to see where and how he worked.

Weathering: An Exhibition of Irish Craft and Design

Weathering, a curation by the Crafts Council of Ireland at Tent London, was one of the highlights of the London Design Festival this year.

A French Fine Dining Restaurant with a Bohemian Twist

If you combine fine French dining, a touch of Art Deco, and a bohemian twist, you have Bibo, a newish restaurant in Hong Kong.

Reductive Designers: Sans Forms Refreshes Line

Earlier this year a husband-and-wife team under the moniker of Sans Form assembled a stable of international graphic designers, all unified under a shared aesthetic reflecting the modern, minimalist, and typographic.

A Family of Trestle Tables by Revesz+Tatangelo

Revesz+Tatangelo, a collaboration between Israeli designer Omri Revesz and Australian designer Damian Tatangelo, designed Trestle, a family of tables made from solid wood bases and metal tops for Italian brand Mingardo.

Enter The “You Are How You Eat” Design Contest

I am so excited about this new contest we’re hosting called “You Are How You Eat,” in collaboration with three of my favorite brands: Adobe, Alessi and Shapeways!

Wyatt Collection by Cedar & Moss and Pigeon Toe Ceramics

Portland ceramics company Pigeon Toe combined forces with local lighting manufacturer Cedar & Moss to create the Wyatt collection of lighting.

Refresh Your Tech with These Colorful Wallpapers

Method is a brand that not only cares about creating useful and functional products while also helping the planet, they also have a focus on design.

designjunction Comes Into Its Own

Now in its fourth year, designjunction has really come into its own – in fact I saw so much good work, that this is the second of two posts (Read post 1 here) covering the vast show, which is housed within a old Royal Mail sorting office in central London.

Ai Weiwei’s LEGO Portraits Hit Alcatraz

Artist/activist Ai Weiwei may be banned from leaving China, but his work isn’t. While spending his days in Beijing, he’s created 176 portraits out of LEGO bricks for a thought-provoking exhibition called @Large: Ai Weiwei on Alcatraz.

THE MIRROR: A Compact, Convenient, Hand-Held Mirror

Through the course of our lifetime, we probably spend many, many hours in front of the mirror and cool enough studio introduces the compact and convenient THE MIRROR.

Friday Five with Daniel Libeskind

Poland-born, New York-based architect Daniel Libeskind’s instantly recognizable work straddles genres, easily sliding into both categories of art and architecture.

A Classic Swedish Kitchen Sofa Gets a Modern Update

In the past, kitchen sofas were very common in Swedish homes, acting as a sofa/bench for the kitchen table that also turned into a bed.

Post-it Brand Digitizes Collaboration With Innovative New Post-it® Plus App

The following post is brought to you by 3M. Our partners are hand-picked by the Design Milk team because they represent the best in design.