Using monochromatic colors, clean lines, and simple furnishings, designer Alena Yudina designed this apartment for a small family in Kiev.
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(Un)contained is a cooking/eating concept that offers a box full of abstracted kitchen tools that only give a hint as to what they're for.
Working with brands that have similar design ideas, IdeaPaint has selected products that will help people work better and smarter.
Combining functions, Katia Tolstykh created an ergonomic bird feeder, bird's nest, and a "speaker" to project the sounds of birds singing.
A modest apartment in Tel Aviv gets revitalized to become an open, light-filled interior that distributes light and air to each space.
Frederik Roijé designed a series of multifunctional trays that you can stack to create layered patterns.
We're skipping hotels and heading to an unusual setup in Ghent, that's a loft apartment located on the top floor of WATT Ghent.
A chair made of clear acrylic with voids in the seat and back where you can slide in different layers of printed or colored acrylic panels.
Matt Woods took the tired cliche of traditional teahouses and reinvented it with The Rabbit Hole, a highly conceptual meets modest tea bar.
A practical chair that disguises a table within it, while also having cushions for others to sit on on the floor.
Innovative digs dedicated to experimentation and collaboration between chefs, designers, and artists within its 1928 Neoclassical building.
You're probably familiar with the Danish electronics brand Bang & Olufsen and we speak to Marie Kristine Schmidt about inspiration.
A look at the most popular posts that Design Milk offered up in 2015, from art to home furnishings, interiors to architecture. Take a peek.
Link is a design that's customizable and modular, adding both texture and color to a space while also helping to disguise what's behind it.
Lignum Fold is a new collection from the London-based Another Studio, which features hand folded objects with faceted exteriors.
3D printing house VOJD Studios latest work went down the runway with fashion brand Akris, showing their architectural 3D printed rings.