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Our top picks from SaloneSatellite 2013 during Milan Design Week.
An exhibition that re-imagines low-tech appliances and gives them a new use.
Familiar branding and logos that inundate the masses in become a large-scale sacred mandala installation.
A wall of 12,000 colored pencils becomes 14' x 6' mosaic showing a color gradient from black to white.
Turkish-born artist Sakir Gökçebag turns your average rolls of toilet paper into beautiful, and downright elegant, installations.
A multi-sensory experience of water drips and sound art from artist Doug Aitken.
A new event in Italy aims to explore food and design where industrial designers and architects create scrumptious exhibits.
Pepe Heykoop designs products for The Tiny Miracles Foundation to help the poor in India change their situation in just a few short years.
An interactive art piece aimed to help people express their emotions related to natural disasters.
A student's thesis explores how much form and functionality can you take away before it ceases to be a chair?
Our favorite picks from the 2013 IMM Cologne furniture and the Living Kitchen trade show including some well known names and some newbies.
Designer Martino Gamper partnered up with Moroso for their 60th anniversary to design an installation featuring reimagined works of current …
BaSaran Yen Panya's latest series is a sarcastic look at combining everyday mass-produced objects with high-end elements.
Chris McCaw has no trouble photographing directly into the sun, overexposing images to such an extreme degree that the paper literally burns…
The city of Helsinki tapped Madrid-based Lighting Design Collective (LDC) to convert a once-used oil silo into an interactive light installa…