An architecturally-minded collection of furniture for the outdoors.
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Our favorites from the 2016 Architectural Digest Design Show where we fell in love with the emerging and established designers.
A self-sustaining ecosystem that mimics sunlight causing plants to perform photosynthesis so you don't have to ever water them.
We take a look at some of our favorite Jonathan Adler furniture collections.
A series of furniture with exteriors that mimic memories of prefab panel buildings, called paneláks, in Eastern Europe.
The iconic Anglepoise® desk lamp has gone giant with outdoor versions that include a floor lamp and a wall-mounted lamp.
Stools, tiles, sidetables, and lights are all made from a clay-like material upcycled from paper.
Existing somewhere between lighting and art, the Panta Rei is a metaphorical representation of time through light and space.
Wintercheck Factory uses an industrial rubber with an amber-like appearance as a design element in their latest furniture collection.
Muuto continues to be at the forefront of Scandinavian design and here are some of their latest goods they've released.
An adjustable wall light by Reinier de Jong where the light slides up an down an aluminum tube that's set between two wooden dowels.
hollis+ morris adds new intriguing furniture to their collection.
A smart, wall-mounted light decked out with motion sensors that will illuminate your path when it detects movement.
David Trubridge looks to the sea as a theme for his latest collection of lighting inspired by ocean-living diatoms.
The Edison bulb is reimagined as futuristic mood lighting using LED and laser engraving technology.