Our latest OTHR exclusive preview is a special collection of mantle-worthy objects: candle snuffers in 3D printed steel.
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We explore Sauder's line of American-made modern furniture, created to appeal to those who desire a modern lifestyle.
Emeco's Gregg Buchbinder, talks about the company's mission: make high quality furniture that lasts, often from recycled materials.
Architect Craig Steely talks about everything from not fitting in, to his agile architecture practice to designing for lava.
We talk to Head of Design Christian Andresen about the process of reissuing the Oksen chair by Arne Jacobsen.
True to its name, Glitch was born from a mistake.
We chat with WantedDesign Launch Pad winner Luvere Studio about their "modern grow lights" and what's next for their studio.
The most popular posts from May including hilarious Cinco de Mayo toys and colorful new dog beds.
We wrap up coverage of ICFF 2017 with our final favorite picks.
We chat with WantedDesign Launch Pad winner, Lani Adeoye about her Talking Tables and where she goes from here.
We talk to architect, digital designer, and design thinker extraordinaire Leslie Witt about everything from books + band to arch + design.
Designer Brad Ascalon wanted to take a different path than his father, but ended up accepting the artist that was in his bloodline.
This smart, sophisticated desk set can double as an elegant paperweight or a stash for supplies, tools or precious items.
How an exercise in creative assemblage energizes the UCSD students to gain a new perspective on chairs for the Wilsonart competition.
Gary Hustwit talks to Clever about his DIY-driven path through independent music, independent publishing, and independent films.
Over on Dog Milk, see the best posts from April including handmade bowls, patterned leashes and collars and even doggy raincoats!