Sneaker designer, innovator, and now digital design pioneer, Stephanie Howard talks about using NFTs to unite physical and digital experiences. Watch!
To mark the last Where I Work of 2021, we tapped British icon Tom Dixon to share more about his design process, how it changed during the pandemic, and a bit about his expansive compound.
We’ve curated a collection of the best unique + modern holiday gifts that even that person who has everything will love and enjoy.
Canada-based artist, designer, and muralist Tafui McLean keeps it simple but graphic with this month's downloadable Designer Desktop.
Executive Editor Jaime Derringer pulls together some vibrant, bold, and beautiful picks for this installment of Take 5!
DRIFT presents their latest de-produced objects in their "Materialism" series at Pace Gallery, breaking down a VW Beetle, Rolex Watch, and more into the exact quantities and materials within each to reshape how we see the world.
Another Human's art-meets-furniture found its inspiration in a magical rainforest + its flora to create the Ferngully Collection.
From January 20th to 24th, Maison&Objet will be highlighting some of Japan's emerging design talents in the anticipated Rising Talent Awards.
Contemporary American portrait artist Elizabeth Chapin joins us for Friday Five, sharing museums she visits virtually, the sewing machine that earned its name + more.
Athens Design Forum is an experimental format, non-profit organization whose mission is to invite local and global audiences to experience design in Athens.
Sean Gerstley's Tile Block exhibition at Superhouse Vitrine explores how ceramic can find its place in living spaces on a larger scale – you'll find no dinnerware or tchotchkes here.
Block Shop for DWR includes woodblock prints, hand blocked printed pillows, and knotted rugs, all featuring the recognizable work of Block Shop.
Flowing Fragments is a series of objects featuring alternating stone materials and minimalist forms and cut outs.
A collection of 21 original works by designer and sculptor Chris Wolston showcases his unique style of using fiber materials to weave anthropomorphic forms and silhouettes.
Yinka Ilori reimagines a launderette in London as a playful, interactive installation out of 200,000 LEGO bricks inspired by children's creative optimism and resilience.