'Traditional as radical' was the title of Sebastian Cox's Master's thesis, and he's revived it for his British furniture design business.
We take a look at the top designs from this year's Lexus Design Award 2017.
A wall shelf that contains your plastic bags making it easier to reuse them because they're within reach.
Forest-inspired installations that encouraged visitors to block out the city around them.
Tent London and Super Brands have come together under a new umbrella, the London Design Fair, and we take a look.
A process that explores turning recycled newspapers into functional furniture.
We explore the Victoria and Albert Museum, the Brompton Design District and 100% Design.
We share some of our favorite designs from Helsinki’s 12th annual design week, which centered around the 47th iteration of Habitare.
A minimalist recycling center made of lightweight beech ply.
This resort maximizes the views and sustainability of the landscape for a distinct Australian experience.
A stylish bag that's extremely eco-friendly.
A chair and table made from seaweed in an exercise in reducing waste.
A modern, net-zero home in Phoenix that's high design at a lower cost.
A hillside house designed to be open plan, sustainable, and energy efficient.
By combining resin and wooden offcuts, HATTERN makes stools that produce almost zero waste.
A house in Mumbai with a collaged together facade of recycled doors and windows as a lesson in resourcefulness.