We explore the goods from designjunction and showcase some of our favorite designs we spotted.
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Home London is a small but perfectly edited design-led homeware and interior accessories show that added a September edition.
Part 1 of our designjunction coverage highlights the retail space of designers and makers, including newcomers and some old favorites.
Terence Conran matched renowned designers with up-and-coming ones for a collaboration project of home furnishings.
During the London Design Festival, we visit 19 Greek Street - "an alternative space for design expression and experimentation."
A modern take on historic architecture was erected in celebration of The Malta Design Week 2014.
Nendo created an exhibition featuring 20 clear bottles containing diorama that symbolizes a variation of the word "rain" in Japanese.
An inspiring exhibition space that lets children's minds run wild by coloring and drawing outside their comfort zone.
An exhibit takes a look at the future of mobile living beyond the ordinary RVs.
Paper sculptures that examine the impact of architectural density, while keeping the delicate nature of the material in mind.
A curated exhibition that explores the approaches of 11 artists who take a needle and thread to photographs.
These mind-blowing, three-dimensional sculptures are made up of cut wooden pieces that form reef-like compositions.
Revolution Design House asked 13 artists to reimagine their Boxcar planters.
A design exhibition in Australia looks at local, emerging designers and highlights new work.
Alexander Girard's rich history was recently highlighted during NYCxDesign in a pop-up exhibition thanks to Herman Miller and Maharam.
We spotlight some of our favorite designs shown during NYCxDesign at WantedDesign 2014.