We rounded up all of the design shows we attended in 2018 so you can revisit them or catch up on what you missed.
December 2018 - Page 3
Photographer Grace Chon's new photobook captures the transformative brilliance of Japanese-style dog groomers.
We spoke to Geof Lilge, of Division 12, one of the designer/makers in the curated Maker section of IDS Toronto 2019.
Monolithic heights and triangular windows are balanced by warm and intimate interior elements inside this modern Colombia cafe and bakery.
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A project by 3 Kuwait-based designers who are hoping to contribute to the development of the Gulf region’s design identity.
From metalworker to paper artist, Zai Divecha takes us inside her San Francisco studio to see her process.
Terrazzo isn't just for floors! Four Legs / Four Walls is bringing this unique material to the dogs with their collection of handcrafted bow…
Student work that's modest and more often than not created to solve a social problem.
A vacation home divided into two volumes to give the adults and the kids their own private spaces.
Aljoud Lootah mixes traditional Emirati silhouettes and concepts with modern elements, and has just released three new product designs.
An electric motorcycle that connects rider and machine with a haptic sensor intelligent jacket that "taps" the body for notifications.
Pantone's latest Color of the Year 2019 inspired us to seek out home furnishings and products in the same hue.
DesignTex and Crypton launch 5x5, a collection of designs by 5 contemporary artists, in hopes that they will be used in children's wards.