A 150-year-old duplex in Montreal gets transformed into a bright, modern cottage.
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A collection of simple pouches to contain all of your smaller items.
Cyntia Briano Alamillo of Collaptes handcrafts wooden furniture that focuses on the raw material itself with little to no glue or screws.
Colin Brice and Caleb Mulvena, co-founders of NYC-based Mapos, share what keeps the creativity going.
All we are saying, is give pastels a chance.
New brass accented accessories from Mexico-based PECA.
A bench and stool that recall the simple forms and proportions of elementary school desks.
A two-bedroom, NYC apartment gets a renovation to become a flexible space conducive to entertaining.
A modern table lamp inspired by the average brick.
Looking at a corn's husk, a collection of outdoor chairs is born.
Leftover birch plywood is cut down into super thin slices to be handcrafted into upcycled lamps.
Color blocked candleholders that come together to create new maze-like compositions.
Two, slanted roof, modern houses are connected via a shared outdoor space.
A simply-shaped chair that produces zero waste when it's made.
Neostudio Architekci brings a better flow and more light to this five level home in Poland.
A series of vases that take advantage of using natural materials during creation.