A natural material that washes up on beaches and ends up in landfills is used to make modern stools.
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One half of a lamp made from unforgivable concrete that creates direct light or ambient light depending on how you place it.
An existing mid-century ranch house in California gets a renovation and a single-story addition added to it.
A bedside table with a built-in, detachable light for different options.
An outdoor furniture collection that positions you in a reclined position for maximum relaxation.
A pendant lamp that explores light and shadow by creating optical illusions.
Contemporary furniture designer Henry Swanzy and his simple, yet elegant designs.
A rural winery in Portugal brings luxurious accommodations to the property that are perfect for lovers of wine.
An 80's condo in Los Angeles gets a modern and eclectic remodel.
Flexit is a flexible structure for dorm rooms that helps make better use of the space.
A hovering, cliffside house with the most incredible pool(s) of all-time.
A three-dimensional grid system becomes a wall-mounted, modular shelving system.
A clever stool that uses discarded fans and scrap wire to help promote recycling and hand craftsmanship.
Friday Five checks in with renowned interior design firm Yabu Pushelberg to get a idea on what inspires them.
Nir Meiri's series of objects take a look at shapes and materiality, as well as a more green way of thinking about design.
Stackable, 3D printed ceramics to aid in your daily habits and then stored away when done.