We speak to Brooklyn-based Souda to learn more about the company and its processes.
April 2014 - Page 2
By simply enjoying your delicious morning beverage, you could be rescuing dogs. Who knew you could be so productive before 8 AM?
This clever wall coatrack holds your clothing while becoming an ever-changing, sculptural piece of art.
Karim Rashid was hired to design a limited edition line of desert boots for Toronto's Sully Wong, now available for Spring 2014.
A tent-like home with an unusual roof that looks as if it has been folded like origami.
The Congo Squares Bench is more than just a seat, it also houses a chess board!
A minimalist table inspired by traditional Asian joinery, making it collapsible and easy to transport.
Think all sofas need to go against the wall? Werner Aisslinger says think again.
To celebrate the new colors of the Artek Chair 69, we're giving one away!
Here's a little analogy for you: double stuff Oreos are to humans as the Double-Tuff® Diamond Plate toy is to dogs.
The best design from the Brera Design District including a lamp inspired by a bicycle wheel.
Two new minimalist armchairs that are custom made by Hookl und Stool.
A Japanese house built on a sloped plot of land where a cantilevered volume juts out over another one.
A new collection of roller shade fabrics capture the unique essence of NYC's Soho.