A vase and candleholder that are composed of geometric shapes in different materials.
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A massive house in Venezuela that was designed with the extreme weather in mind.
Tile inspired by Gestalt psychology, in that it's just a simple square tile, but when slightly rotated, an optical illusion emerges.
Roberto Gil, of Casa Kids, sought inspiration in the work of Jean Prouvé, Mondrian, and Donald Judd for a children's desk.
MAST launches a new series of chocolate inspired by the cities where their flagship factories are located.
Dave Dawson, head of Urban Electric Co., shares five of his favorite things.
A process that explores turning recycled newspapers into functional furniture.
Wayne White's latest exhibition of work centers around the themes of vanity, hubris, and artists' inflated egos.
Kelly Behun Brings her bold, graphic design aesthetic to a capsule collection and pop-up shop for Barneys New York.
A long, monochromatic apartment in Tel Aviv gets a new look that accentuates the airiness and gives the illusion of having more space.
Wooden planters that were inspired by wooden barrels used for Swedish herring.
While this outdoor sofa might look like a leather one, it's actually made from molded concrete to look that way.
Up your puzzle game with this modern one made from 540 resin pieces.
A bone china lamp inspired by the old foldable craft paper bag that food used to be packaged in.
We checked out an exhibition called Simbiótica that connected contemporary artists and traditional Guatemalan artisans.
A Norwegian agency gets a city-inspired space for their new offices in Poland.