A Stockholm apartment layered full of rich history and modern conveniences.
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A sculptural stool made of pieces of bent plywood that connect together into a jointless minimal form.
Rossella Bisazza shares her elegant and artful picks of inspiration in this week's Friday Five.
A lightweight yet sturdy cardboard standing desk that you can easily tote around to a new location if needed.
A collection of furniture inspired by manual belt making looms in Oaxaca, Mexico.
A pair of monolith-like vases that were inspired by the massive, human stone statues on the Easter Islands.
A graphic tile collection inspired by prehistoric imprints of plants and animals that appear on rock formations in nature.
A rundown Victorian warehouse becomes loft apartments with modern and industrial elements, plus a cool plant wall.
A flexible wooden bag with a linear pattern made by laser cutting the wooden exterior.
Ditch the calendar and count the days till Christmas with this graphic, modern candle.
A hanging lamp with rotating individual shades that let you change the shape and angle of the light.
Imagine not being stuck outside manning the grill all by yourself at your next bbq. Now you can have your guests join you!
Kitchens get cluttered so going with a simple, scaled back design, like these Scandinavian-inspired kitchens, is a way to avoid that.
Vitamin just launched a host of new modern products, like furniture, lighting, and housewares, at designjunction.
A lighting series with brass details and a semi-hidden, hand folded shade.
We take you to Madrid to a hotel where each jaw-dropping floor was designed by a different world-renowned designer.