First released in 1949, the Rudder Table by Isamu Noguchi is being re-introduced by Herman Miller.
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For this edition of Where I Work, we visit designer Lisa Jones of Pigeon Toe Ceramics at her Portland, Oregon studio.
British designer Margo Selby seems to be taking the textile world by storm these days with her graphic layered dot designs.
A compound of five house in Cancun, Mexico that you'll never want to leave.
We visited Piet Hein Eek's inspiring space during Dutch Design Week. See why his studio is so one-of-a-kind.
A cake meant to inspire two people to share and gossip over.
A new Portuguese brand of furniture uses interesting combinations of materials and unique geometries.
We speak with Dale Hubbard of Surround Architecture, who spearheaded the Folly Farm project, the Marvin Architect's Challenge Best in Show.
A series of photos that brings digital Instagram to the real world.
Get ready to stay warm and cozy in there artist-designed graphic hooded sweatshirts from Society6.
A modern apartment that was designed around an aviation theme.
We traveled to Eindhoven for Dutch Design Week and made some great design discoveries. Here are some favorites.
We paired Colourlovers palettes with three rooms in the Paris home of architect Anne Geistdoerfer.
A multifunctional table that serves as a working desk for two people, as well as a dining table for two or six.
In this edition of Friday Five, designer Patrick Norguet shares what keeps him inspired.
We visit Vlisco, a Dutch company focused on making West and Central African "Hollandais " textiles using Dutch craftsmanship.