Check out some of our favorites from the Architectural Digest Home Design Show 2015!
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Material Lust new lighting collection features bold lines, rich materials, and heavy symbolism.
A mixed use of robust materials led to a bold series of furniture and objects d'art pieces from Tessa Koot.
On view in New York, an exhibition by Yuken Teruya that shows just what paper can do.
The Fairmont Pacific Rim hotel unveils a majestic, massive art installation in their plaza.
A sculptural pavilion made from a colorful gradient of lightweight, self-supported shells.
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.
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