We visit the Brooklyn studio of Rebecca Atwood, an artist and designer with an ever-growing arsenal of dreamy textiles, wallpapers, & more.
A holiday home on a lake that comprises two rectangular volumes, one cantilevered over the other.
The numbers for 2018's Stockholm Furniture Fair are not in yet, but it felt bigger and better than ever before.
In teams of two, 12 students were given a brief and one company's time + expertise to create a modern furniture prototype.
Mechanical messaging nostalgia returns with an app-controlled split-flap display designed to work with Alexa, Google Home, Twitter & IFTTT.
A new collection of furniture that seeks balance despite the different materials.
A wooden bench made from connected frames that can form a circle or straight line and everything in between.
An outdated home overlooking the San Francisco Bay is renovated to make way for the owner's collections.
350 million year old rock is turned into beautifully machined and engraved iPhone cases with unique combinations of color and pattern.
We take a look at an unexpected collision (and rare treat) happening right now at the center of the contemporary art world: Medieval Art.
Industrial designer Zahra Ghiasi believes we can become more energy efficient with this portable personal light.
Sam Valenti IV, founder of innovative platform Ghostly International, shares five of his favorite things.
A Victorian cottage keeps its original exterior charm while being refurbished on the interior.
Hurry – there’s still time for you to enter the A' Design Award & Competition! Plus, check out some of our favorite lighting winners.
The ambitious plans of, “Svart”, the world’s first net positive energy, solar powered hotel situated the Arctic Circle.
A pro tip that makes finding your next original artwork super easy.