The devil is in the details - that's for sure - at this year at ICFF.
Castor set out to create a line devoid of color and ornamentation, focusing on form and simplicity.
A minimal kitchen that disappears into the room instead of screaming "I'm a kitchen!"
A redesigned tape dispenser that was based on the dimensions of a single roll of tape.
Inspired by silence, this photographic artwork focuses on the beauty of smoke bombs.
A coffee table made up of different wood veneers to celebrate wood's natural beauty.
Concentrating on good, thought-provoking design, Mattias Ståhlbom shares five things that keep him inspired.
Since summer is practically here, we look at new ways to experience outdoor “picnic” adventures.
We pay homage to the the City of Dreams, the Big Apple, the City of Lights, the Concrete Jungle or whatever you call NYC.
Located in Tokyo, this house has a faceted exterior and irregular slanted roof lines that make for an interesting facade.
Raw Edges takes a whole new approach when it comes to Persian rugs in their new work, inspired by the lenticular technique.
An affordable add-on device converts old air conditioners into intelligent app controlled appliances.
A sculptural floor lamp that is made up of chaotic, branch-like, tubular elements.
Peak is a leather cover for MacBooks that also serves as a small stand for the laptop for added user comfort.
A dome-shaped chair that can bear a heavy load, while staying visually light.
Buying the perfect imperfect table for House Milk SD takes me on a deeper journey.