Anna Herrmann created a project that found a sustainable way to transform worn out tights into a chair's seat and backrest.
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Art industry veteran Rebecca Wilson of Saatchi Art shares five favorites in this week's Friday Five.
Add some fun, modern accessories to your bike when it's time to go for that next ride.
A project description of "bold and beige" leads to a surprisingly fun place to work in California.
Simple side and coffee tables that are both functional and practical.
A collection of modern furniture that shows up at your door in boxes and assembles in record time.
A single family home in San Francisco's Noe Valley gets a full remodel and addition.
Installations that aim to temporarily modify the perception you feel when standing in a public space.
An indoor/outdoor chair with a cartoon-like personality.
A gemstone-like chair reflects Daniel Libeskind's architectural skills.
A Parisian flat that creatively uses angles and paint to appear larger.
A long time Herman Miller graphic designer revisits his beloved series of Picnic Posters.
The Duo Coffee Steeper is a new, super easy way to make your morning brew.
Skip traditional calendars and get crazy with tape!
A storied, Prohibition past leads the colorful design of a tech startup's new offices.
A multifunctional side table that gives you options along with some removable naughtiness.