A curated exhibition at Tent London celebrates Irish craft and design.
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We explore the goods from designjunction and showcase some of our favorite designs we spotted.
Home London is a small but perfectly edited design-led homeware and interior accessories show that added a September edition.
Part 1 of our designjunction coverage highlights the retail space of designers and makers, including newcomers and some old favorites.
A new brand of affordable, high-end design called Hem is about to make its online debut this month.
Everyone's favorite design family, the Novogratz, continue conquering design with their latest line of bedding and bath products.
Artist Sarah Symes makes abstract paintings using fabric and a sewing machine instead of paint.
You can use food as a medium to achieve muted tones of pigments and dyes made from spices, vegetables, and other edibles.
Vík Prjónsdóttir creates a collection of cozy wearable designs out of Icelandic sheep wool that we want to wrap ourselves up in.
Cozy cushions and blankets in bold, geometric patterns and bright, fun colors.
Take a look at how this beehive-inspired collection of ottomans and tables are made.
A limited edition collection of Hans J. Wegner's most iconic pieces done in collaboration with Paul Smith, Maharam, and Carl Hansen & Son.
Where I Work visits the NYC studio of ZAK+FOX, where Zak Profera creates modern and eclectic fabrics.
Society6 continues their artist-designed world domination by introducing queen and king duvet covers.
Graphic, modern textiles inspired by nature and the work of an 18th Century illustrator.
Three collections of 3D knitted fabrics full of rich texture and dimension.