Byung, founder of DesignK, has a new collection of tableware called the Geometry Collection. With forms inspired by Oskar Schlemmer’s “Triadisches Ballett”, this collection gives a nod to Bauhaus design with its graphic fading pattern and its geometrical shapes.
If ever there were rings to shout my name, it would be these – the Silhouette series from OBJCTS. The unisex rings come in four geometrically shaped silhouettes of either a circle, a square, a triangle, or a hexagon.
A series of tables designed by Bernard Vuarnesson for the ultimate pros in space-saving and transformative furniture, Resource Furniture, have parts that seamlessly move around like a child’s puzzle.
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Commercial interior design firm Peldon Rose worked with JustGiving, an online charity fundraising site, to give them a new office in London.
Is there anything more comfortable than a cushion? How about a stack of cushions? Lounge of Layers, by Katrin Greilling for Droog, takes comfort to the next level with a stack of cushions stitched together to form a colorful cozy sandwich for seating.
It feels like not that long ago that I announced the 2014 LuciteLux® JUST IMAGINE Awards and now we have a winner.
While it pains me to hear that Seth Remsnyder‘s son was stillborn in April, it’s also inspiring to learn how his work has become a place for healing as well.
Edera is an awesome modular product for Formabilio that performs double duty. Designed by Loris De Grandi, in collaboration with Auriga Studio, Edera is a system of rhomboid elements that “grow” into a soft carpet or a plush headboard for your bed.
Born in Cremona, Italy in 1960, Ferruccio Laviani has set quite the name for himself in the design world where it all began after finishing school at I.P.A.L.
It’s that time of year again, when it’s time to give holiday gifts and let’s be honest, presentation matters.
This 65 square meter apartment in Barcelona (699 square feet) was renovated by Miel Arquitectos as a flexible home for co-existence.
Canvas Eyewear is giving you a chance to be your own sunglasses designer. They’re making it extremely easy to customize the design of your sunglasses, so you can create a truly unique pair.
Last week we rounded up architecture-inspired products from Society6 and this week we decided to look at a different kind of architecture: the natural kind.
Want to make your books fly, or at least look like they’re flying? Get Fiction, by Sebastian Bergne. It’s a bookstand that holds your books horizontally or vertically, you pick, and turns them into a gravity-defying piece of sculpture.
Satin Planters is a series of minimalist designs created by Netherlands-based designer Reinier de Jong.
Miito is bursting on the scene as a completely new way to heat liquid. Unlike traditional tea kettles and water boilers, Miito only heats the amount of liquid you need.
Jestico + Whiles designed a private villa in the heart of a village that sits close to Prague in the Czech Republic.
Gestranius & Lahtinen designed a cozy chair for LoOok Industries with a big personality. Bulldog is big, bold, and colorful and will make a statement in any space you put it in – living room, lounge, office reception, you name it.
There seems to be a growing hunger in the art world for experiences that you literally MUST visit in person.