From found objects to family, let's see what keeps Sormeh Azad inspired in this Friday Five.
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A collection of puffy mirrors that look as if they're inflated, almost like mylar balloons.
Concrete beams and columns helped inspire this Brazilian apartment's new urban design.
Check out some of our favorites from the Architectural Digest Home Design Show 2015!
A clever catchall that provides a home for all those little bits and pieces you have laying around.
A modern black and white residence with a similar, contrasting interior.
Material Lust new lighting collection features bold lines, rich materials, and heavy symbolism.
A modular collection of outdoor seating which lets you create the perfect sanctuary to get away from the chaos.
Vipp's Chief Designer Morten Bo Jensen gives us a look into their Copenhagen offices where they make it all happen.
A line of graphic, muted tiles that can be used indoors or out, and on the floors or walls.
A modern vase made up of three simple parts that's designed to hold your dried flowers (or other items).
A NYC apartment with minimalist details, a soothing color palette, and plenty of storage.
A mixed use of robust materials led to a bold series of furniture and objects d'art pieces from Tessa Koot.
A modern, go-to bag carryall that lets you choose how to wear it - a backpack or a shoulder bag.
One word inspired the new work Moroso is set to launch at 2015 Salone del Mobile.
A unique, modern home in Slovakia built around trees and the lot's steep terrain.