A playful project of functional objects with distorted details that are meant to act as conceptual representations of time.
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A line of Norwegian furniture and accessories that has a sense of playfulness and whimsy.
A series of minimalist designs that engage the user with interaction instead of having it be a mindless task.
A desk that lets you stare at yourself all day long in hopes that you take a moment to stop and reflect.
Thinking outside the box led two designers to take a new approach to design.
This uncommon collection of furniture features one of an abundant natural resource: hair.
A line of livable products created from discarded fans and traditional weaving techniques.
Material Lust expands their collection of sculptural objects that pay homage to Pagan and Alchemical symbols.
Visibility launched a new collection during NYCxDesign that explores the intersection of beauty and usefulness in the home.
Brooklyn furniture company VOLK launched two new collections including a collaboration with Coral & Tusk.
Castor set out to create a line devoid of color and ornamentation, focusing on form and simplicity.
A capsule collection of furniture that captures the beauty that comes with vulnerability.
IKEA's latest collection is targeted to young, city dwellers who need adaptable and flexible furniture options for life on the move.
Design Letters & Friends launched a host of new original design products at this year's Maison & Objet.
The latest collection from Colonel features their signature aesthetic of light woods, fresh colors, and fun patterns.
New pieces by David Taylor are the result of a three-part conversation between hand, mind and material.