GAISS designed a roof with inclinations in four different directions, allowing each room to have a different ceiling angle.
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Mid-century French design had a focus on sculptural + artistic elements, you'll notice its influence in Fomu's L’art de vivre Lounge Chair.
For The Colour of Air, Tino Seubert turned air pollution into ink and dye, with which he made screen-printed artworks, pencils, & clothes.
Soul based artists Sisan Lee and FICT Studio and Mexico-based Disciplina Studio each designed pieces for a surreal digital experience.
A minimal apartment in Warsaw, Poland with delicate touches of brass, chrome, and porcelain to gently decorate the interior.
A home whose site is a volcanic landscape and slope which allowed Faulkner Architects to design features unique to the property.
The Morphing Table imagines a future where the dining table becomes an adaptive accessory in the art of plating.
The Evermade x NHS collection of colorful prints inspired by the NHS rainbow movement were created in support of frontline workers.
Archimontage Design Fields Sophisticated designed this modern home around a traditional Buddhist praying room and central courtyard.
Les Pieds de Biche brings a modern approach to terrazzo with decorative objects that feature geometric patterns and bold colorways.
Amy Azzarito's book The Elements of a Home uncovers the quirky history of everyday objects in your home, like a fork, sofa, and ice bucket.
Mary Maydan, principal + founder of Maydan Architects, a boutique architecture + interior design firm, joins us for Friday Five!
A small wooden House in Hayama, Japan with an acrylic curtain that turns the house into a lantern at night.
Google's second iteration of the Pixel Buds looks to deliver a maximum list of features contained within a minimalist egg-shaped design.