A cleverly designed, modern house in Osaka that's only 11 feet wide.
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When Vans partners with Eley Kishimoto, bold magic happens.
Woodhouse Tinucci Architects designed an LEED Gold Certified building to house Northwestern University's sailing team.
A series of concrete and wooden planters that can be used in a variety of ways.
A modern, cantilevered chair constructed from high carbon steel and sash cord.
Schönstaub expands their collection with oversized, printed beach towels that feature majestic, photorealistic, space-like images.
Quick: tell me what you see! If it's a collection of graphic rugs inspired by the Rorschach test, you're correct!
An independent TV production company gets a renovation for modern times.
A high performance LED light that works for the home or office, complete with color control.
A simple red chair stripped down to the basics into a primary geometric shape.
A look at Robert Bronwasser's daily work life and surroundings is the focus of this month's Where I Work.
Mair / Wennel turns accidental, everyday spills into a new kind of artistic camouflage.
A small dental office becomes a two-story attic apartment in Milan.
A minimalist sofa system lets you add, remove, or rearrange its pieces anytime you like.
Using material waste from air duct production, Sebastiano Tonelli created thermal food and transportation containers.
A sculptural plywood chair made up of two curvy components that come together to provide balance.