A modern collection of furniture and textiles inspired by ancient artifacts, landscapes, and sci-fi imagery.
September 2017 - Page 2
Suspend from a tree or stand in this reimagined hammock that lets you spread out relax.
A modern, single-story home in Aarhus, Denmark, extending out to the forest it's situated beside.
Thanks to their modest dimensions, tiny homes can open the doors to a homeowner’s formerly unattainable residential dreams...
Kvadrat presented an exhibition that brought together works by 19 up-and-coming and established designers from around the world.
Combining a mix of plastic and granulated wood, this minimalist wall hook resembles a bicycle gear.
Move aside, kale. Microalgae is the new superfood.
The San Francisco-based footwear brand opens its second retail location featuring a giant human-sized hamster wheel.
A television reimagined as a focal point of the room with a design inspired by the sails of seafaring ship.
MASSESS aims to help your cluttered desktop out with their minimalist iMac light.
A look at Wardrobe Snacks, a project inspired by diners eating without the luxury of a table.
A series of furniture, lighting, and wall surfaces that will make you fall in love with cork.
A pair of candle holders hand cast in glass to look like traditional bricks.
We check out San José del Cabo, an artsy, earthy, quietly sophisticated, and an increasingly luxurious destination.
Camille Walala created this year's Landmark Project for LDF and it's a colorful, interactive, inflatable installation of fun.
Breville's hybrid superautomatic espresso machine features its own hopper, grinder, and touchscreen to simplify pulling a perfect cup.