A sculptural pavilion made from a colorful gradient of lightweight, self-supported shells.
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Commercial trade fair Ambiente is surprisingly buzzing with emerging designers in the Ambiente Talent section.
Large-scale rope macrame-weavings inspired by the city of Los Angeles.
A look at the 2015 Stockholm Furniture Fair, where the designs are uncompromisingly Scandinavian.
A traveling exhibition featuring three, unique machines that reflect time between the future and the past.
A whimsical, interactive swing set that merges a minimalist sculpture with child's play.
Text on paper, 3D printed to create city landscapes out of the letters.
Controversial artist KATSU unveils his latest: a remote-controlling a FLYING ROBOT that sprays paint. Is it art? What do you think?
Half found, half made objects that let you observe the process of plants growing.
Take a look back at Pinch Food Design's monthly Taste column where you'll discover nothing but delectable treats and ideas.
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We take a look back at a year of mind-blowing art exhibitions featured in our Unframed column.
A sculptural storage cabinet uses a system of slats that open and close like a paper fan.
We came up with some cool, creative toys and gifts that the kids in your life will love for a long time.
New York based artist Zin Helena Song uses wood and canvas to create three-dimensional paintings where color defines space.