A chair that looks as if it has been wrapped in a cloak.
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Colorful abstracts made of simple lines and brush strokes that form layers of modern goodness.
We hop across the pond for a tour of a new, all-Italian concept store called .IT London.
A hanging pot and bird feeder made of everyday materials, like terrazzo and copper.
Upholstered seating whose materials are made using wind from windmills.
A curved L-shaped Swedish residence built for a growing family.
We talk to Magda Sayeg about her unique urban approach to the age old crafts of knitting and crochet.
We had the rare opportunity to view and photograph Jeff Koons' two-gallery exhibition up close.
Peace Industry rugs are handmade in Turkey using traditional craft, but they're anything but traditional.
A Portuguese hotel that gives you a glimpse of the future.
A Brazilian apartment that brings a bit of country coziness to a sleek urban dwelling in the big city.
An organic light inspired by an old Chilean myth.
A to Z prints featuring brightly colored iconic designs, classic movies, and sports figures.
Always remember your wallet, keys and cellphone with this slick storage idea conceived in Russia.
Join Skinner for a huge auction of 20th Century design items including Hans Wegner, Curtis Jere and Tiffany Studios.
Metal mesh covered in ceramic become beautiful, perforated objects.