Design Letters & Friends launched a host of new original design products at this year's Maison & Objet.
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Two-dimensional paper "blocks" let you create three-dimensional objects that will trick your eyes.
A 19th century church building becomes a modern office space that was renovated on a budget.
Versatile standalone office elements that support your flexible workspace needs.
Desktop trays that are a playful reinterpretation of conventional trays by completely removing the bottom surface.
An open-plan office full of offbeat, house-like pods for different work zones.
A tight budget and a busy schedule were key to the design of Evernote's new, light and modern offices.
Multifunctional benches with picnic table-like legs that let you work, have a snack, or get a little privacy.
Curious to see what were the best of the best from 2013? Take a look back at the most popular interior design posts from 2013.
Look back at the creative spaces where designers and design professionals make it all happen.
Office furniture that provides an intuitive shift between individual and collaborative activities.
What does a company like Sancal do when they reach their 40th birthday? They renovate their "mature" facilities, of course!
Working from home or at a cafe just got a whole lot easier!
Hatch Hub has launched their first round of products for sale by independent designers that were voted on by the community.
Design Milk recently headed to Charleston, South Carolina to visit the headquarters of Urban Electric Co.