We selected some of our favorite home decor picks from AHAlife.
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A collection of waste-free objects made from Carrara marble tiles that had been discarded.
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.