A set of spinner luggage from Heys designed by Karim Rashid one of his signature geometric patterns that looks like confetti.
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A Friday Five that checks in with designer Mark Gabbertas who shares people, places, and artistic endeavors.
A renovated apartment with exposed beams and a cobogo brick wall, common in Brazilian modernist architecture.
A collection of cutlery that has clean, fluid lines and an unexpected twist.
A simple wall shelf that lets you decide how to position it on the wall.
Lock this lounger into position or gently rock it back and forth when it's time to lounge poolside.
We give you 12 lounging options by way of loungers and beds that let you completely relax outdoors during the summer months.
The average stacking chair gets a modern makeover with a metal, wire-frame that has a graphic, sculptural feel.
Architect Talin Hazber studied sand and its properties by creating a cascading fixture of lamps made out of it.
We head to Amsterdam to visit an enchanting hotel right on a canal that is the vision of legendary designer Marcel Wanders.
Using reinforced concrete for the structure of this Tokyo home, the architects saved on time and money.
A multifunctional, modular "box" that can be used as a table, stool, storage box, or when stacked, a shelving unit.
A series of concrete candleholders that look just like plumbing pipes, which inspired their design.
A backpack made with a natural vegetable tanned leather that features a really cool, origami-style expansion & contraction system.
An interactive wall sculpture that covers a facade in metal panels in two colors to give the illusion of movement and transparency.
Mind-blowing concrete and metal sculptures that will make you think the metal is made out of elastic.