A collection of waste-free objects made from Carrara marble tiles that had been discarded.
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From textiles to bags to glassware, the eclectic Wrong for HAY collection continues to produce fun, cheeky, and affordable design.
A curated exhibition at Tent London celebrates Irish craft and design.
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.
During the London Design Festival, we visit 19 Greek Street - "an alternative space for design expression and experimentation."
This collection of ceramic centerpieces is a study in creating mass-produced products with unique details.
Geometric goods for your tabletop from the new Wit & Delight for Target collection.
A playful project of functional objects with distorted details that are meant to act as conceptual representations of time.
Vases made out of an experimental design process that creates a colorful, unique look.
A fresh new company debuts their first collection that was supported through crowdfunding.
REDESIGND and Nir Meiri join forces for the second time to present Babel, a set of artistic and functional objects.
Giorgio Bonaguro continues his study of glass with a collection of vases that have exaggerated heads and metal accents.
Clerkenwell Design Week is now in its fifth year and was bigger and better than ever. Take a look at what we found.
A series of sculptural pieces that are based on the act of inhabiting.
Ghigos Studio gives stone residue new life by re-imagining them into objects for daily use.