Architect Matt Berman, of Workshop/APD, shares what he loves, including a designer, art, special locales, and a little technology.
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A clever collection of five home furnishings from Knauf and Brown that debuted in Stockholm.
A bright and cheerful, seaside establishment designed by PB / Studio with colors inspired by the ocean and the crepes they serve.
Benjamin Hubert of LAYER continues his partnership with Fritz Hansen by adding a star base to the Pair™ collection of chairs.
Dumoffice designers chose natural woven cane for their vintage-inspired, modern BuzziCane chair that was designed for BuzziSpace.
DittoHouse launches the Rise Collection of throws and pillow cushions with a beautiful message behind it.
A lamp with a series of spheres that appear to be frozen in mid-action while keeping everything balanced.
Philippe Starck takes the director's chair design for a modern spin and reimagines it for Magis with a little help from technology.
We head south to see what Raleigh, Durham, and Chapel Hill, NC have to offer as far as modern design goes.
Benches that defy gravity with a look of weightlessness coming from the balance of blocks of wood and brass legs.
An all-white apartment in Helsinki that's clean and monochromatic, but at the same time, cozy and comfortable.
Minimalist, stackable containers to hold all of your loose accessories.
For this Where I Work, we head to Portland, Oregon to meet Leela Brightenburg, CEO of interior design firm bright designlab.
Inspired by the 1975 Michelangelo Antonioni film The Passenger, Cold Picnic designs a series of abstract rugs.
MM18 Arquitetura designed the main offices of Airbnb São Paulo to pay homage to Brazilian culture.
An innovative modular seating system for Blå Station called Bob.