Two of our favorites, modern jewelry and design, are combined in one stunning exhibiton.
May 2017 - Page 2
The Over O apartment floats above the city with panoramic views of the surrounding area.
Simple form and geometry take center stage with AlexAllen’s newest addition.
The idea of six degrees of separation is interpreted through design.
Drought is a bronze chair that forms over time and explores a natural dehydrating process.
Israeli-born, Manhattan-based Sharon Blaustein shares a few of her favorite things.
A bench by designer Louis Lim that’s part furniture, part lighting experience.
If you’re never without a notebook, maybe your next one will come from this roundup.
A 1950's farmhouse in The Netherlands gets a modern extension onto the home's existing barn.
Coil + Drift is back with new pieces that feature their signature streamlined look.
The induction burner cooktop gets a smart and connected Bluetooth upgrade with a built-in sensor designed to actively control heat.
Bernhardt Design brings on Terry Crews, Tift Merritt, and Joe Gebbia, to design collections for a brand-new perspective on design.
Expanded and updated for year two, Furnishing Utopia: Shaker Design Influence Now explores the significance of Shaker design on modernism.
We talk to Rachel Scott, who has been hand-weaving rugs since 1976 when the carpet on her stairs wore out and needed replacing.
This Japanese space- and money-saving hospitality concept is a first in Italy.
A collection of frames made of unexpected materials.