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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.
A residential guardhouse on the hills overlooking Palm Springs that was designed to work with the landscape.
A collection of simple lights that boast clean lines and geometric forms to create minimalist fixtures.
A series of experimental seating that utilizes scrap Linoleum and rope tied to reference bondage.
We asked Japanese fashion and street style icon Motofumi “Poggy” Kogi to share a few of his favorite things.
Tokujin Yoshioka adds another watch design to his portfolio of timepieces for Issey Miyake with the Glass Watch.
Built as a summer house on the west coast of Sweden, Villa N1 was designed to mimic wooden barns prevalent in the region.
Peace Industry collaborated with four independent artists and designers on a new felt rug collection for Fall.
A traditional Spanish botijo, a clay container used to hold water, is behind this modernly rustic carafe and cup set.
Vitsœ officially moves into their new, all wood headquarters that also houses their production facilities.
Action Method launches super minimal notebooks that give you full, neutral pages to keep your organized and on task.