We check in with Kyle Bergman, a NYC-based architect who is the founder and director of the Architecture & Design Film Festival.
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The colorful Pattered Pallet Chairs give new life to old wooden pallets, each showing their history with cracks and marks from previous use.…
A Spanish design agency decided it was time to redesign their own studio in Valencia, as well as their brand identity.
A table with an easy to remove, built-in tablecloth and slots to store the legs for when you might need to store or transport it.
A look at 10 houses that feature an interior courtyard or garden bringing nature to the indoors.
We take a look at some of our favorite Jonathan Adler furniture collections.
Knit mixes teak or mahogany wood with a woven synthetic fabric to achieve a sophisticated family of outdoor furnishings.
Lushna designs and builds these modern, tent-like shelters to put on your property to house guests, start a campground, or a glamping hotel.…
A table made from just one square of metal with one cut and and a simple fold.
History is being made with the revival of a 1930's font by Alvin Lustig.
Contour shares how they craft this handmade, geometric ring.
A 1,300-square-foot pre-war apartment on the Upper East Side was recently renovated to get rid of the dark, dated interior.
Some clever storage options for all of your little bits and bobs that never seem to have a home.
SHIALICE designed the interior of this brand-new town home that was immediately gutted after purchase to give it a comfortable, modern vibe.…
Instead of the age-old, dome-shaped bells, Knog designed a discreet, elegant bicycle bell that will almost go unnoticed.
VINTA has designed a backpack with a vintage, military-style look to carry around for your everyday adventures.