A timeless exhibition of minimally cut stone sculptures.
May 2013 - Page 4
Light switch cover plates with added convenient storage for your keys and mail.
An outdoor bench for two user groups and for two types of activities.
A chair that turns into a recliner and a chaise lounge with a foldable leg rest.
A giraffe-like floor lamp whose neck expands into a curved arc.
A frameless glass addition gets added to a traditional brick home.
Get your couch ready for a rainbow explosion.
A trio of bags made out of felt that was formed from recycled plastic bottles.
Op Art inspired benches with three-dimensional illusions of pillows laying there.
We visit Los Angeles to check out Garde, a loft-like store that offers an eclectic, but expertly curated mix of goods from around the world.…
Get lost in this abstract clock with geometric patterns that evolve as time passes.
RIT students were challenged to create wooden toys for Areaware in the latest Metaproject.
A light-filled renovation and modern extension update a modestly-sized bungalow.
Use Plast Dip to make durable and colorful key tops with fun shapes and letters.
A glistening, labor intensive, abstract installation made up of chain link fencing and Plexiglas.
A new lighting company debuts during New York Design Week with a line of contemporary pendants, chandeliers and sconces.