An independent TV production company gets a renovation for modern times.
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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.
A compact, 1950s holiday home in The Netherlands gets a new extension amongst the trees.
A series of furniture with exaggerated geometrical structures.
Bendable, unisex shades that are modular so you can create your own pair.
We reached out to clé's founder and creative director Deborah Osburn to learn what inspires her.
This modern, East Hampton, NY home is the perfect seaside retreat.
Kammok designs really clever gear for adventurers that was inspired by flora and fauna.
A cabinet that combines mid-century modern architecture and storage.