One of artist Henrique Oliveira's massive organic sculptures has FINALLY sprouted in New York City.
In our series profiling designers based in the UK and Europe, we talk to London-based designers and curators Native & Co.
We checked out Clerkenwell, a tiny area of London that gets its own festival due to the sheer number of creatives based there.
We took our time as we worked our way from front to back of the WantedDesign exhibition – here are some of our favorites!
Sight Unseen OFFSITE 2017 proved to be the perfectly curated display of some of the best work of independent modern makers.
LA artist Walead Beshty's destructively perfect show "Open Source" includes a full range of misused technology.
Flavor Paper and UM Project turn ordinary wallpaper into an interactive, conductive experience with lights, sounds, and motion.
Virtually visit the the tastiest museum out there.
John Hogan produces a new series of exclusively commissioned glass furniture and sculptures for The Future Perfect.
Casa degli Atellani was the location for the work and personal collections of contemporary designers, curated by Martina Mondadori Sartogo.
We check out the smaller than usual, but no less perfectly formed, 8th edition of Ventura Lambrate.
The most Instagrammed piece at Milan Design Week? Le Refuge, a pink, jungle-like daybed designed by Marc Ange.
An installation that consists of 60,000 numbers in 100 colors suspended to represent 10 years.
Hanging, creature-like cocoons that make up an exhibition entitled, Heart of Lightness.
Jasper Morrison transforms Level I of VitraHaus in Weil am Rhein into a living space for a fictional dweller.
A massive pavilion-like structure that's a grid system holding together undulating curves wrapped in film.