A product that lets you display your vinyl records as art in simple frames you can slide your albums in and out of anytime you want.
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Kim Herforth Nielsen, of 3XN Architects, shares a look at the firm's new offices to get an idea of how he and his team work.
A tiny apartment in Budapest was designed to be a fun place to stay for style-loving people traveling to the area.
Furniture with Asian influences and modern sensibilities, taking into consideration the desire for a multi-cultural appeal.
Constance Guisset launched Illusions, two jewelry collections made of gold, composite rocks, and Tahitian pearls.
Nendo has come up with a solution to make lounge time easier with a modern pillow that holds and protects your smartphone or tablet for you.…
We checked in with Chilewich to see their latest collections and their first retail store in NYC.
Cassie Byrnes creates colorful, abstract patterns that she applies to collections of housewares, screen printed artwork, and clothing.
We asked German-born, American-raised architect Craig Dykers, one of the founding partners of Snøhetta, to share what keeps him inspired.
Ola Shekhtman designs architecture-inspired rings that wrap recognizable city skylines around your fingers.
We scoped out our favorite recreational vehicles and campers that do away with the typical aesthetics and focus more on the modern look.
A series of perforated shelves that come in various shapes, like circles and rectangles, as well as a curated palette of colors.
Made of geometric shapes, these mobiles subtly dance light around the space they're in through their minimalist, design.
Patrick Norguet's outdoor furniture for Ethimo combines teak wood with an aluminum structure giving an overall feeling of lightness.
Who wouldn't want to escape the bustle of the city in this modern writing retreat—located in their own backyard?
Wall mirrors that stay put thanks to colorful pegs, which not only serve a function, they add a fun element to the design.