Common Sense is an exhibition that invited product designers to create products out of Portuguese stone.
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Zoë Pawlak's personality shines in her vibrant work and in this Where I Work, we get a glimpse into her colorful world and work process.
Studioilse created a family of practical, wooden furniture that aims to support you in everyday life.
A project that explores the relationship between the often taboo world of fetishism and the world of luxury.
Moroso originally launched the Edward Van Vliet designed Sushi Collection back in 2008 and recently they added more pieces.
FIL launched as a modern and minimal lifestyle brand that's based on "fulfilling life, a life that is full."
This textile brand wants to help you add color, pattern and texture in your home.
To help students get prepared to go back to school, we rounded up 10 supplies to get them ready and organized.
We check in with Ladies & Gentleman Studio who have had a busy first half of 2017.
A modern dining chair with dramatically angled legs that reference a clothespin.
Lighting that's a minimal study of structural wooden elements supporting a series of metal tubes.
A series of plastic water bottles that utilize modern production techniques while retaining historical details.
Slowdown Studio launched new limited edition blankets by artist and musician Chaz Bear, aka Toro y Moi frontman.
We take a look at three fresh outdoor collections from Spanish company POINT.
The idea for the Nest bank came about from the idea of 'breaking the piggy bank' to see what rewards lie within.
Outofstock's co-founder Sebastian Alberdi has introduced two new designs – KYOTO hooks and HOLA bench – for Danish brand Bolia.