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We talk to architect, digital designer, and design thinker extraordinaire Leslie Witt about everything from books + band to arch + design.
BMW brings back the 8 Series back with a design study concept merging modern luxuries and an expressively sporty silhouette.
A bench by designer Louis Lim that’s part furniture, part lighting experience.
The induction burner cooktop gets a smart and connected Bluetooth upgrade with a built-in sensor designed to actively control heat.
New iPhone 7 cases fashioned after the textured soles of two of Nike's most popular sneakers of all time, the Air Force 1 and Roshe.
Benjamin Hubert of LAYER takes us through his new space to get a sense of how he and his team of creatives make it all happen.
A bespoke standing desk that's laser cut for optimized ergonomics and designed to elevate a laptop screen with the user's eyes.
Lexon turned to Bebop to conceive something different, a portable audio design representing tactile simplicity in service of function.
Kazushige Miyake's new ultrasonic humidifier for MUJI aims upward in minimalist design and humidifying function.
Since its inception, Squarespace designers have developed over 60 templates to fit nearly every website use case. Which works for you?
Carnevale Studio will change how you think about neon lights and share how it's done.
A home entertainment speaker doubles up as a television stand, while moonlighting as a capable music speaker within the Sonos ecosystem.
Designed for the urban commuter, this all-conditions sneaker's sleek technical silhouette was inspired by the brown paper bag.
For this Friday Five, we check back in with the lovable Brooks T. Atwood to see just what keeps his creativity piqued these days.
Mori London captures the emotion and random flicker of candlelight flame using a matrix of LED lights housed within a glass lamp form.