A minimal house located in Montréal, Canada, designed by APPAREIL architecture, who refined, optimized, and modernized the space.
A modernist boutique hotel with revolving door of artist-in-resident decorated rooms, live music performances, and relaxing ocean views.
A playful collection of picnic tables that come in different sizes to accommodate from 2 to 5 people in their own seat.
Wall sculptures composed of THOUSANDS of white styrene cards that are individually stacked, glued, and rotated 90 degrees.
Jasper Morrison’s interpretation of what has become a modern classic: the low-slung modular sofa with a decidedly horizontal emphasis.
Check out the beautiful interiors of this boutique hotel with a Design Milk-exclusive video.
Skagerak adds simple, wooden chairs to their growing roster of Scandinavian-inspired outdoor furniture options.
We checked in with Brooklyn's Juniper, who collaborated with Pascale Girardin, on the design process of the Love Me Not pendant.
Atlanta-based interior designer, Brian Patrick Flynn, shares a mix of intriguing places and people that keep him inspired.
A luxurious villa that's both Balinese-inspired and modern, perfect for the traveler looking for an elevated tropical getaway.
Panama Banana is a quirky outdoor rocking hammock that can also be used as a soccer goal.
APOLLO Architects & Associates designed a home for an art collector, who wanted a space with museum-like qualities.
You’ll wish your local dispensary looked like this.
Architect Matt Berman, of Workshop/APD, shares what he loves, including a designer, art, special locales, and a little technology.