We explore the goods from designjunction and showcase some of our favorite designs we spotted.
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Part 1 of our designjunction coverage highlights the retail space of designers and makers, including newcomers and some old favorites.
A reality-jarring exhibition of a meticulously crafted a TSA airport security checkpoint made entirely out of sculpted wood.
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.
A city of building-like bookcases that reference a relationship between people and materials.
An inspiring exhibition space that lets children's minds run wild by coloring and drawing outside their comfort zone.
While often associated with clear acrylic for furniture and fashion, LuciteLux® offers product lines designed exclusively for lighting.
Reclaimed wood pieces become the material used to design the interior of a gallery in Mexico.
Artist Tara Donovan transforms “ordinary” objects by the thousands into impossible and awe-inspiring formations.
Yasuaki Onishi combines wire, glue, and crystallized urea to create an exhibit highlighting emptiness.
Inspired by silence, this photographic artwork focuses on the beauty of smoke bombs.
Clerkenwell Design Week is now in its fifth year and was bigger and better than ever. Take a look at what we found.
UM Project created an installation for Reclaim 3 at NYCxDesign of robot-like lamps around a maypole.
SaloneSatellite brings together the most promising new global designers - check out some of our favorite designs.
Via Tortona was once just a sleepy, warehouse-filled neighborhood, but Zona Tortona is now a mainstay of Milan Design Week.