With clean, minimal lines like in high-end European kitchen designs, the Vessel Kitchen streamlines everything into single units.
June 2014 - Page 2
These friends came up with a way of linking waste and consumerism by making a pair of shoes out of found plastic waste.
We teamed up with a trifecta of awesome—MOO, Environment furniture, and Kaufmann Mercantile—on a fantastic office giveaway.
Put your old, burned out and broken bulbs to good use by using them to make a really cool box lamp.
Seven designers are asked to celebrate "optimistic technofuturism" through the filter of the ancient Tantric chakra system.
Whether you want your appliances to stand out or blend in seamlessly with your kitchen, GE Monogram has you covered.
Zazzle's creative new headquarters were designed to reflect the company's handcrafted community and respect for artisanal values.
These faceted soaps are there to remind us that glaciers and icebergs are dissolving, just like soap does.
A new line of cocktail tableware that aims to free up your hands when you're trying to eat standing up at a party.
Anglepoise worked with Paul Smith on a colorful special edition of the classic Type75 table lamp.
The Slow Chair can be used indoors or out with its wide frame that has translucent knit fabric stretched over it.
We hadn't planned on tackling the decorating of our guest room first, but it just so happens that we kind of fell into it.
We round up some of the best stuff from the Dwell on Design LA 2014 show from planters to furniture to paper toys.
A non-traditional, loft space for a law firm full of fun, whimsical, and quirky details that's a departure from the traditional law office.
A striking mixture of sculpture and conceptual fashion, these garments made of laser cut pieces are assembled much like a building.