Splinter Society thought creatively when designing an addition to the Tear Away House in Melbourne via the use of an unfinished concrete wall.
Our Place hired Ringo Studio to create a store with visually delightful product displays and a color palette that matches their popular pans.
KEMA studio transformed the unlivable MARVILA ATTIC into a bright and airy apartment with a hidden kitchen and built-in wall sofa.
Located in Prague, Czech Republic, House for Dorothy is designed by boq architekti with concrete and wood as the materials of choice.
When creating the concept behind the Ripple Apartment in Singapore, Right Angle Studio sought to evoke the tranquility of water.
SPACELAB designed the modern FORMSON office in Poland with the brand's own products and two vibrant PANTONE colors.
Leah Ring of Another Human transforms an Echo Park Craftsman into an open, light-filled space alive with color and contemporary elements.
A home in Melbourne with an Edwardian front facade is renovated and given a back extension complete with ten folds in its roof to bring in light.
Bureau Fraai designed the open Panorama Penthouse in the Netherlands with interior structures to house spaces that need privacy.
MoMA Design Store is bringing the legendary, Vignelli-designed rainbow Hellerware collection back in six vibrant colors.
Luca Nichetto renovated a 40s pink villa to become his Stockholm studio that's curious pink outside with an interior that draws you in.
Faure & Miniau Agency renovated an old barn in France, Les Greniers de Babel, to accommodate extended family when they visit on vacation.
sandellsandberg designed Big Branzino, a modern + minimalist floating sauna to be enjoyed on the water within the Stockholm archipelago.
Previously destroyed by volcanoes and fires, a compact, pavilion-like house is built with all the basics while in appreciation of the ravaged land it lives on.
Malfinio renovated the EO7 Apartment in Prague, Czech Republic with updated materials + color palette while honoring original character.