We headed back to BKLYN DESIGNS this year, the start of NYCxDESIGNS, where we caught the best designers and makers that call Brooklyn home.
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A multipurpose table that looks as if it's doing a dance - the tango to be exact.
Brand new designs from Tom Dixon straight from Milan Design Week will be heading to the upcoming ICFF.
A 1960's NYC apartment goes sleek and sexy.
A series of vases that challenge what we think a typical vase should look like.
As part of Looking at Tod's Leo, legendary architect Giulio Cappellini reached out to Marc Thorpe to reimagine Tod's iconic driving shoe.
A three-story, split level home in Montauk, New York that sits atop a densely wooded bluff surrounded by greenery.
Instead of completely blending in with the landscape, a cube-shaped, white cedar clad lake house got a vibrant design detail.
A collection of vibrant invitations that feature the colorful designs of Dusen Dusen.
A show where 12 contemporary quilters from the U.S. and Canada will be exhibiting their work in New York City.
Montreal-based designer Zoë Mowat shares what keeps her inspired.
An old cowshed was partially preserved and brought back to life in a Sydney suburb.
Leather shoes that are hand assembled using zero glues in hopes of helping the shoe industry and its workers.
During Salone del Mobile this year, Italian fashion brand Marni launched a colorful collection of home furnishings.
Mini 3D printed lamps that use your iPhone's flashlight to create ambient light.
A really cool mullet house - a classy Victorian in the front and a simple modern one in the back.