We check out this year's Wallpaper*Handmade, a must-see part of Milan's annual Salone del Mobile.
Matt Hoyt is famous for tiny sculptures and his newest works take a risky turn for an artist famous for small: they’re slightly bigger.
Before we go more in-depth on individual shows and installations in Milan, we share some of this year's highlights.
Five geometric objects made of glass fiber reinforced concrete with an antiqued plaster finish.
Ponti Design Studio looked at two staples of Hong Kong's urban landscape – a window and a chair – when creating Shadows in the Windows.
A trio of sculptural home altars to bring a sense of multicultural spirituality into one's household.
These tiny test tubes each contain a one-of-a-kind sculpture.
Wall sculptures composed of THOUSANDS of white styrene cards that are individually stacked, glued, and rotated 90 degrees.
Alissa Volchkova explores production processes in her colorful and organic collection of slip cast and dye dripped bowls.
A bold, triangular light created when an ultraviolet light projects light onto a woven thread.
Everyday mundane objects that are all 100% carved and painted wood.
Mister Mourão combines his love for architecture and illustration to create hand drawings on wood that represent infinity.
We take a 2nd look at the delectable goodies and food-centric eye treats our friends at Pinch Food Design shared this year.
We take a look back at the 12 incredible exhibitions we featured in our Unframed column.
Theo Riviere explores new materials like cork, plywood, and Perspex, to make these ornamental wooden objects.
We narrowed down some favorites on display during Miami Design Week.