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A series of vases and containers made from woven pine needles and earthenware ceramics.
A post-war bungalow becomes a brand-new, environmentally-friendly home built with timber frame construction.
Graphic artist extraordinaire has applied his skills to a series of colorful, geometric blankets.
Lee Broom is set to debut his largest collection to date at this year's Salone.
A chair that suggests movement through its design, which was inspired by writer Paulo Coelho's work.
A Brazilian residence built around a courtyard and a noise-filtering facade of green foliage.
A pair of really cool modern scissors whose design is based on the golden ratio.
A new chair that utilizes an old wood bending technique and a modern gradient color palette.
An old storage warehouse in Brussels is turned into a modern loft with an art studio for a family of five.
Minimalist furniture made from angled lines of colorful steel.
A modern, wall-mounted desk that's perfect for smaller spaces.
A repurposed manufacturing plant becomes a modern office with industrial details.
The latest collection from VOLK features mixed materials and a new bleached ash finish.
Typographical, black and white prints that play tricks on your eyes.
A clever "floor lamp" that doesn't take up any floor space.