New York-based Snarkitecture partnered with Swedish brand COS on an ethereal installation during this year’s Salone del Mobile.
Next door to designjunction, Tom Dixon found a converted cinema and decided to put on a show – a performance from his newly formed rock group, Rough, set the tone for Milan’s newest and most playful design quarter.
Seavel Time is a new brand of wooden watches created by Cival Van Der Lubbe. As an action sports enthusiast and designer, Cival was looking for a well-designed, wooden watch that could also hold its own during robust activities.
Front launched a brand new series of abstract rugs for Moooi Carpets, an offshoot of the Moooi brand, that look like someone took a set of colored pencils out and went to town.
Designer Joel Escalona heads up the Mexico City, Mexico design studio that bears his own name where they specialize in product and interior design, as well as creative direction for fashion, furniture, lifestyle, and technology.
We all know and love the sculptural bulbs that Plumen makes and now the designer bulbs will have an exclusive 3D printed shade, called Kayan, to live within.
I was thinking about Mother’s Day and how nice it would be to give Mom a pretty card. Society6 has some great artist-designed cards that come in packs, so you can give Mom a beautiful card and have a few leftover to give others throughout the year.
Lang Architecture designed this two-story, model residence in the Hudson Woods community where 26 architect-designed homes will be crafted from locally-sourced, sustainable materials.
designjunction Edit is Milan’s smaller version of the London Design Festival’s designjunction – this year held in the derelict surroundings of Casa dell’Opera, a former school in Milan’s newest design district, San Babila.
It’s time for the Society of British and International Design (SBID) International Design Awards! The 2015 competition is now accepting submissions.
Brooklyn-based Aelfie Oudghiri and Alex Proba have more in common than just being incredible designers – they both went to medical school in Europe before ending up in the New York design community.
House T. is a minimalist house located in Sydney, Australia, designed by Campbell Architecture. The project brief was to create a spacious estate with a focus on entertaining and family living.
Both simple and elegant, the Brass Shelf from New Zealand-based Joska & Sons is the perfect place to display your books or favorite finds.
WantedDesign’s Launch Pad is full of amazing talent from all over the world from textiles to furniture to creative decor.
The word “busy” seems to be the most used word in the English language these days, but if you live in the city you know that moving from point A to point B, running errands, keeping appointments and even socializing can be a second job.
Urban Kraft has launched a line of bags and accessories inspired by the classic brown bag we all know and love.
Three years ago, artist Tomás Saraceno constructed this mirrored maze on the roof of the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Besides a few outlier designs it’s safe to say once you’ve seen on iPad cover, you’ve pretty much seen them all.
Italian studio 2BD Design designed Lolly, a super soft and cozy outdoor chair for Area Declic. The tub chair’s fluid shape and polyurethane skin make for a comfortable place to relax when you’re outdoors.
Piet Mondrian is undeniably one of the great designers who’s work has crossed over into multiple disciplines of design, specifically his artwork Composition II in Red, Blue and Yellow.