Javi Design has set out to redefine the common, boring mailbox.
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A modular bookshelf with graphic, diagonal lines that contain your stuff behind a visually dynamic cage.
A pastry restaurant filled with rustic and modern furnishings and a giant pink balloon dog in the center.
Bubbly glass pendant lamps that distort their bone china centers.
A Hong Kong hotel goes from warehouse to industrial chic while paying homage to its past.
A modern trio of desk accessories are the first to launch from object design company BASE.
Futuristic coffee and side tables that explore using a combination of materials.
A moon-like lamp that can be adjusted by plugging the crater-like holes.
A solid timber, dome-shaped structure in Gaoming, China built as a central design hub for the Timothy Oulton company.
Let's take a look at designer Liam Treanor's picks for the very first Friday Five of 2015.
Spin Ceramics brings their simple and organic porcelain objects to New York City.
The time has come to reveal the most popular post on Design Milk from 2014. Can you guess what it is?
A coastal California-inspired Target collection from Nate Berkus that's the perfect formula of modern, coastal, and bohemian.
Sometimes our favorite posts don't make it into the top 10 best or end-of-year roundups, so here they are!
MSDS Studio designs new offices for Shopify Toronto which utilizes shipping container colors and louvres for separation.
To commemorate its 100th year, AIGA worked with MOO on a project featuring 100 designs.