The Ritz-Carlton, Grand Cayman blends the diverse cultural influences of the Cayman Islands with modern mid-century coastal elegance.
Pavilion House is a minimal residence located in London, with a new glass pavilion extension designed by Bureau de Change.
Koster is a new range of teak outdoor furniture by Swedish brand Skargaarden able to withstand the most demanding durability specifications and load tests.
KOYORI is a new Japanese design brand of sophisticated lifestyle products that embody the distinct sense of Japanese aesthetics.
SPACE10, the independent research and design lab of IKEA, launches a pop-up exploring how design + technology can create a better everyday life for both people and the planet.
Assembly Line is a brick and mortar store in Brooklyn by General Assembly with a curated collection of renovation materials and furnishings.
Downtown Los Angeles Proper is a new boutique hotel in Los Angeles, California, designed by Kelly Wearstler who reimagined the space by combining the building's storied history with a modern palette.
Drift San José del Cabo is a minimal boutique hotel by RIMA with heavy, raw materials creating a sanctuary-like atmosphere surrounded by greenery.
OBJ-04 is a modular shelf by designer Manu Bañó using a steel sheet to which several laser cuts are made to create its form and function.
ATUS Collection is a minimal furniture collection by Bea Pernia that merges contrasting materials to create structured assemblages.
Timeless is a minimal residence located in Tokyo, Japan, by APOLLO Architects & Associates, with parallel courtyards for indoor/outdoor life.
Chord is a modular sofa system designed by Part & Whole that's defined by its quilted supergraphic topper and endless configurability.
Farleigh Road is a minimal residence located in East London, United Kingdom, designed by Paolo Cossu Architects, who created a multifunctional wooden staircase.
The Mr. C Coconut Grove hotel, inspired by nautical aesthetics, is influenced by coastal Italian culture and sleek yacht interiors.
BIFUR is a minimal compact scale by New York-based designer Kebei Li that expands from its collapsed state to a tripod platform ready for use.