Innovative brands Iittala and Issey Miyake came together to collaborate on a visionary collection for the home.
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Mid-century shapes help define this serving set, which features metal forms that are topped off with alabaster lids.
From practical to merely fun to have around, we rounded up 10 objects and home accessories that you'll love to have in your everyday life.
Exploring the limits of concrete, this collection of objects is meant to store, hold, gather, or display our most valued possessions.
We checked out Maison et Objet to scope all of the new work from familiar faces and to discover a couple of new names.
We went straight to the Pure Talents section at IMM Cologne and rounded up some of our favorite designs from this year's show.
We checked in with Chilewich to see their latest collections and their first retail store in NYC.
Carter Zufelt developed a process that turns old plastic bags into objects that he calls Müll, which are not only beautiful, they're useful…
Working with solid marble from a quarry in Italy, Apparatus' new objects reflect the idea of ceremonial objects at their simplest forms.
nterior architect and product designer Richard Yasmine created Wonderwood, a project that utilizes the art of marquetry in a modern way.
Grovemade, best known for their wood tech accessories, adds a tabletop collection to their repertoire.
A collection of marble and copper organizers with a sculptural feel.
We head to the Design Academy Eindhoven graduate show to check out the highlights.
Waste is turned into beautiful objects, coming full circle.
A collection of plates that join together to form a giant, handcrafted map.
Stackable, 3D printed ceramics to aid in your daily habits and then stored away when done.