Cabinets with the outermost layer peeling away, much like the top layer of paint peeling or bark from a tree.
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A high-tech dress made of Swarovski crystals that takes fashion and digital craft to atmospheric levels.
Andrew Kim, a young designer at Tesla with a keen eye, enormous amounts of talent, and a bright future ahead, shares his favorite things.
A small lakeside house becomes the "big sister" to a modern addition.
A collection of lighting designed in the mid 1950s is brought back to life to honor its original designer.
IA Interior Architects creates a colorful workspace for a company in Toronto that encourages collaboration, creativity, and adventure.
Bird feeders made of acrylic with a modern, minimalist aesthetic, perfect for design-loving bird watchers.
Laundré is a one-stop shop where you can sit back with a cup of coffee while you do your laundry.
A retro futuristic table lamp inspired by space age design of the 1960s.
A trio of practical trays that are made of durable and antimicrobial cork.
A minimalist, flat-packed backpack you assemble at home.
Factor Eficiencia were hired to bring a 1913 neoclassical villa in Mexico City, back to life while adding a new guest house.
Sculptural hanging objects that double as lighting made from the solid surface HI-MACS material.
A jaw-dropping, immersive installation that will make you feel like you're living inside of a diamond.
Carl Gustav Magnusson designed the Lyss collection of chairs to encourage conversation in the office.
We look at some of our favorite modern house numbers to help you bring another layer of visual interest to your home's exterior.