A minimalist, weather-proof ping pong table with subtle architectural details.
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A restaurant in Argentina with cozy wooden features that aims to make the parents just as happy as the children.
Go right back to childhood with this smartly designed sled that folds up.
We get a glimpse into the design and creation of the Cumberland Chair from Thos. Moser's Cumberland collection.
A steel structure leans to one side causing an illusion for this trio of tables.
A community of 3D printers came together over 3 years to construct this egg-shaped pavilion.
A transformative lamp made of interconnected parts just like the Rubik's Snake toy it was based on from the 1970s.
Light-as-a-feather lamps complete with graphic, black and white patterns.
When two become one: two neighboring apartments become one modern unit, just like their owners, after they fall in love. Awwwww!!
Fogia launched Andreas Engesvik's Bowl, a minimalist, large size bowl to contain your things.
Take a look at where Jerry Helling, of Bernhardt Design, finds inspiration. Hint: music, TV, film, architecture, and product design.
A one-of-a-kind, NYC penthouse that gives off a sexy, sophisticated vibe with its unique architectural details.
Can we now forget the standard kraft paper brown and jump on these bold document envelopes?
A sculptural lamp made from copper and porcelain that lets you direct light wherever you need it.
A traveling exhibition featuring three, unique machines that reflect time between the future and the past.
An inspiring and energetic downtown headquarters for an open source software company.