Herman Miller has taken a step in a new direction - they've opened a flagship retail store in New York City.
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We rounded up some great works of art, at varying price points, that anyone would love to own.
Calvin Seibert erects these unbelievable geometric sandcastles with roots in brutalist architecture and modernism.
OMG Society6 launched notebooks! #shutupandtakemymoney Check out some of our faves…
Behind the scenes at Ellen Van Dusen's studio, where she used the Surface Book to make ABC RYB, a book exploring color + pattern.
A series of light sculptures that create optical illusions based on where you're viewing it from.
Carol Bove debuts equally magical, but significantly heavier sculpture than years past, with that same unbelievable sense of balance.
In this Where I Work, Shanan Campanaro gives us a look at the brand-new Eskayel headquarters and insight into how she makes it all happen.
This week, we're all hands. Helping hands, shaking hands, hugging hands, high-fiving hands, creative hands—our hands can do so much good.
Swissted continues with a new music-related print series that beautifully merges music, graphic design, and Swiss Modernism.
Puzzle-like components that fit together to build a piece of furniture but also fit into a frame.
Squarespace partnered with the David Lynch Foundation to explore the possibilities of creating an immersive art experience.
For this month's Taste, we focus on the miniaturizing trend and the teeny tiny work of Jon Alameda.
We curated a roundup of different Society6 artist-designed products featuring maps that speak to the wanderlust in all of us.
Passionswege is a series of collaborations between contemporary designers and traditional Viennese production companies.
We check out Vienna Design Week, which was celebrating 10 years of "a city full of design".