An unconventional San Francisco renovation that works for an active family's lifestyle.
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A chair with a slender profile that's solid and full of contrasts.
Frame storage modules look like two-dimensional images and not actual storage.
Modern pillows and tote bags with a minimalist, Japanese aesthetic.
Facing Seattle's Puget Sound, this home offers both mountain and water views.
A system of colorful, foam blocks that let you design your own living room setup.
Resource Furniture recently unveiled new pieces of their clever, multifunctional pieces.
A collection of plates that join together to form a giant, handcrafted map.
A trio of apartments merge to form a massive residence with a refined, industrial feel.
The world's first 3D printed, free-moving, customizable cape that gives the illusion it's made of feathers.
A wall clock that you can manipulate any way you like before hanging it.
British designer Paul Cocksedge shares his five inspirations with us.
Wall shelves that cleverly display what you're currently reading.
A historical house in the Veneto countryside gets a modern update.
A natural material that washes up on beaches and ends up in landfills is used to make modern stools.
One half of a lamp made from unforgivable concrete that creates direct light or ambient light depending on how you place it.