The compact, modern Pacco desk was designed to fit into small spaces, which is where its two-legged design originated.
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Alex Schleifer, Vice President of Design for Airbnb, shares five things that inspire his creativity in this week's Friday Five.
Kai Takeshima has designed a handmade wood and brass vinyl unit that not only holds and stores your records, it displays them too.
An L-shaped, classic Bauhaus residence in Munich designed for a young family to be energy efficient.
Socotra is an independent eyewear label that just recently launched its first collection of unisex eyewear.
Juliette Mutzke-Felippelli, of Joogii, designed a chair that was inspired by French house music from the 90s.
Located in West Hollywood, this eco-friendly home incorporates the indoor/outdoor, open-concept layout often found in California.
For 2016, Truly Truly has completed a trio of minimalistic lamps, named Levity, that are made with a draping loop of light.
Inga Sempé rugs reimagine the more distinct patterns of typical Persian rugs and give way to more subtle, contemporary designs.
The brand new Objest watch collection references an array of influences, including fashion, architecture, and product design.
A shore house, once a small summer cottage for a family, gets a major renovation to create a much larger modern home.
Matt W. Moore's launches a line of throws that feature his signature graphic patterns in black and white.
Located in Guadalajara, Mexico, the recently opened Casa Fayette brings a classic Art Deco-inspired hotel to the neighborhood.
A 4-bedroom Eichler home built in Palo Alto, California in 1973 received a complete renovation to open it up.
A bathtub made of a pressed woven veneer sheet and a steel frame, drawing inspiration from traditional boat building.
Billinkoff Architecture were hired to transform a post war apartment in Manhattan into a contemporary, urban space.