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EAJY Launches Its First Flagship Product, The Beams Chair

EAJY Launches Its First Flagship Product, The Beams Chair

Find out how SF’s Golden Gate Bridge inspired the design of this handsome armchair.
Serving Sets that Combine Metals with Alabaster

Serving Sets that Combine Metals with Alabaster

Mid-century shapes help define this serving set, which features metal forms that are topped off with alabaster lids.
Site Specific Lighting by Good Animal

Site Specific Lighting by Good Animal

Vancouver-based luxury lighting design house Good Animal designs beautiful lighting specific to each site.
Acoustic Tile Inspired by Bricklaying, Parquets, and Woodwork

Acoustic Tile Inspired by Bricklaying, Parquets, and Woodwork

BAUX, the brand started by Form Us With Love, has designed a new acoustic tile that was inspired by wood, parquet, and bricklaying.
A Stool Made From Only One Sheet of Plywood

A Stool Made From Only One Sheet of Plywood

A design graduate shows much promise with his award-winning design, Ply Stool.
Friday Five with Thom Fougere

Friday Five with Thom Fougere

Canadian designer, Thom Fougere, gives us a look at what keeps him inspired.
Friday Five
10 Red Objects You’ll Fall In Love With

10 Red Objects You’ll Fall In Love With

From practical to merely fun to have around, we rounded up 10 objects and home accessories that you'll love to have in your everyday life.
Lips, Lips, Lips!

Lips, Lips, Lips!

What better way to celebrate Valentine's Day than with a roundup of hot lips?
TOWARD: A Sofa Inspired by Nature

TOWARD: A Sofa Inspired by Nature

The Anne Boysen TOWARD sofa for Erik Jørgensen was given a soothing, nature-inspired makeover featuring 6 shades of green woolen textiles.
Y5: A Chair Whose Back is Made of 5 Inverted Ys

Y5: A Chair Whose Back is Made of 5 Inverted Ys

Sami Kallio designed the Y5 chair, which gets its name from the 5 inverted Y-shaped components that make up the seat back.
Rabbet: Architectural Landscapes and Objects from Patricia Urquiola

Rabbet: Architectural Landscapes and Objects from Patricia Urquiola

A collection of unique marble pieces that work together to create an art-like landscape.
NET: A Fiberglass Resin Chair With a Punched Pattern

NET: A Fiberglass Resin Chair With a Punched Pattern

Made of a fiber glass resin monocoque, this modern, outdoor chair is punched with a pattern of square and round slot.
Get Out!
Atelier-D Reimagines the Game of Checkers

Atelier-D Reimagines the Game of Checkers

Atelier-D strips the game of checkers of its typical plastic elements and reimagines it out of laser-etched maple and walnut woods.
murmurations by graypants

murmurations by graypants

An eye-catching lighting installation made out of cardboard that references a flock of flying birds.
Intentionally Non-Intentional By Derya Arpac

Intentionally Non-Intentional By Derya Arpac

Exploring the limits of concrete, this collection of objects is meant to store, hold, gather, or display our most valued possessions.

Home Furnishings - Page 26

EAJY Launches Its First Flagship Product, The Beams Chair

EAJY Launches Its First Flagship Product, The Beams Chair

Find out how SF’s Golden Gate Bridge inspired the design of this handsome armchair.
Serving Sets that Combine Metals with Alabaster

Serving Sets that Combine Metals with Alabaster

Mid-century shapes help define this serving set, which features metal forms that are topped off with alabaster lids.
Site Specific Lighting by Good Animal

Site Specific Lighting by Good Animal

Vancouver-based luxury lighting design house Good Animal designs beautiful lighting specific to each site.
Acoustic Tile Inspired by Bricklaying, Parquets, and Woodwork

Acoustic Tile Inspired by Bricklaying, Parquets, and Woodwork

BAUX, the brand started by Form Us With Love, has designed a new acoustic tile that was inspired by wood, parquet, and bricklaying.
A Stool Made From Only One Sheet of Plywood

A Stool Made From Only One Sheet of Plywood

A design graduate shows much promise with his award-winning design, Ply Stool.
Friday Five with Thom Fougere

Friday Five with Thom Fougere

Canadian designer, Thom Fougere, gives us a look at what keeps him inspired.
Friday Five
10 Red Objects You’ll Fall In Love With

10 Red Objects You’ll Fall In Love With

From practical to merely fun to have around, we rounded up 10 objects and home accessories that you'll love to have in your everyday life.
Lips, Lips, Lips!

Lips, Lips, Lips!

What better way to celebrate Valentine's Day than with a roundup of hot lips?
TOWARD: A Sofa Inspired by Nature

TOWARD: A Sofa Inspired by Nature

The Anne Boysen TOWARD sofa for Erik Jørgensen was given a soothing, nature-inspired makeover featuring 6 shades of green woolen textiles.
Y5: A Chair Whose Back is Made of 5 Inverted Ys

Y5: A Chair Whose Back is Made of 5 Inverted Ys

Sami Kallio designed the Y5 chair, which gets its name from the 5 inverted Y-shaped components that make up the seat back.
Rabbet: Architectural Landscapes and Objects from Patricia Urquiola

Rabbet: Architectural Landscapes and Objects from Patricia Urquiola

A collection of unique marble pieces that work together to create an art-like landscape.
NET: A Fiberglass Resin Chair With a Punched Pattern

NET: A Fiberglass Resin Chair With a Punched Pattern

Made of a fiber glass resin monocoque, this modern, outdoor chair is punched with a pattern of square and round slot.
Get Out!
Atelier-D Reimagines the Game of Checkers

Atelier-D Reimagines the Game of Checkers

Atelier-D strips the game of checkers of its typical plastic elements and reimagines it out of laser-etched maple and walnut woods.
murmurations by graypants

murmurations by graypants

An eye-catching lighting installation made out of cardboard that references a flock of flying birds.
Intentionally Non-Intentional By Derya Arpac

Intentionally Non-Intentional By Derya Arpac

Exploring the limits of concrete, this collection of objects is meant to store, hold, gather, or display our most valued possessions.

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