Peg Woodworking's pieces are treated to handwoven, geometric designs that form the stool or chair's seat.
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KWAMBIO uses 3D printing to create designed objects on demand, doing away with the previous limitations it afforded.
At first glance, you might not suspect that this vase pulls double duty, but it subtly disguises another use besides holding flowers.
Designed by Oyler Wu, the Headspace pods offer a carved out, nature-inspired spot for people to practice meditation.
A smart, wall-mounted light decked out with motion sensors that will illuminate your path when it detects movement.
Anita Cooney, a designer and educator who was named Dean of Pratt Institute's School of Design last year, shares what keeps her inspired.
What happens when you hand over a 100-year old church to an artist and give them free rein? A colorful indoor skate park is born.
Bande des Quatres' latest jewelry collection takes inspiration from typography with linear and graphic details.
Campeggi, well-known for their seating that's sometimes a bit outside the box, has released a new series of products that don't disappoint.
David Trubridge looks to the sea as a theme for his latest collection of lighting inspired by ocean-living diatoms.
An Art Deco residence in Canada gets a renovation and addition that modernizes it while keeping the original Deco charm.
Conservatory of Craft has launched DIY kits that let you produce your very own geometric concrete wall tiles.
A folding ping pong table combines functionality, playability, and durability, while at the same time focusing on the design of it.
A collection by MSDS Studio that explores materials and forms in contemporary ways.
A home in France with a visually unique exterior and design that is composed of three stacked floors that are each slightly askew.