A minimalist candle holder with an abstract profile of a nose that holds the candle in place.
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We kick off 2017's Friday Five column with a bang with all-around multi hyphenate Swizz Beatz sharing his favorites.
MEJD studio creates lamps and candleholders using the traditional metal casting method with hollowed aero-concrete forms.
An artist and an engineer's new home in Seattle has an art gallery feel and plenty of natural light.
Woven paintings made through spinning, dying, and weaving with synthetic and natural dyes, cotton, silk, and other mixed materials.
The Blank Daybed Sofa is a fairly minimalist seating option perfect for just about any space.
Ariel Lynne designed a sculptural, Scandinavian-inspired floor seat out of wood for meditation practices at home.
A field full of poppies were the inspiration behind the design of these modern outdoor oil lamps.
Sky Villages encourages children to build architectural structures from blocks as part of an interactive installation.
An Australian mullet house with an 1880s Victorian front facade and a modern, geometric rear clad in zinc with a tessellated pattern.
Tuomas Kuure handcrafts unique art-driven pieces of furniture made from wood which he calls "art furniture".
A series of wall-mounted shelves designed with minimal framework to visually reduce the weight.
Referencing stacked boulders found in nature, this residence comprises 3 structures, like boulders resting against each other.
A modular shelving unit made from sapele wood and unfinished brass, both of which age beautifully over time.
We can't move on to 2017 without bringing you the 10 posts that rose to the top becoming the most read Design Milk posts of 2016.
Artist Peter Kogler creates some of the most visually warped, mind-bending rooms with dizzying patterns.