Our favorites from the 2016 Architectural Digest Design Show where we fell in love with the emerging and established designers.
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A pair of new projects, designed by Note Design Studio for Swedish furniture brand Fogia, includes a bookshelf and a series of tables.
HARTÔ has launched new products for 2016, including a sideboard, armchair, and shelving system, that have a simple, modern aesthetic.
Giant letters that can be used in many ways throughout the home.
Ukrainian design studio ODESD2 has released a series of new furniture pieces with bold, memorable design details.
Bent Hansen Studio just launched a flexible shelving system that builds an asymmetrical wall shelf any size and configuration you desire.
A series of perforated shelves that come in various shapes, like circles and rectangles, as well as a curated palette of colors.
Furniture inspired by the dynamic colors and forms found in the Memphis Group, Piet Mondrian's paintings, and reconfigurable toys.
Buenos Aires-based design studio, RIES, launches its inaugural collection of furniture made up of angular geometry.
If you love geometry, you'll definitely love Philipp Beisheim's newest line of objects for the home inspired by basic geometric shapes.
A fresh, debut collection of furniture from a young design studio based in NYC.
A set of furniture for a dressing room that pays homage to its 1920's home.
PANTONE steps away from the norm and selected two colors to represent the PANTONE Color of the Year for 2016.
Furniture pieces that fill broken wood with resin to complete its final form.
A selected group of gift ideas with prices that stay $100 or under.
A guide of gifts for when you want to limit your spending to $50.