Stefan Sehringer, a member of the Chilewich design team, was inspired by this sturdy plant while gardening which led to the use of bamboo brushes and graphic compositions with sumi ink to create this final pattern.
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Byron Bay-based stylist and product designer Sarah Ellison shares her workspace, design process, and furniture collection now sold via DWR.
Studio Sam Buckley adds his color wizardry to a cafe in an old Victorian butcher shop, preserving original details while adding a modern twist.
PR firm Zetteler gets a new, deaf-friendly London office that's visually enticing with color shifts and plant vignettes.
Dubai-based hospitality company Zuhour Group tapped on Vie Studio to design an office renovation based on the company's idea of a "perfect business home."
These modular shapes made from recycled plastic bottles absorb sound in offices and private interiors while adding an artful element to empty walls.
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Playing on the theme of where Billie products are found, Office of Tangible Space designed Billie's newest office to have the design aesthetics of a high-concept bathroom.
Get a virtual tour of how Zwift, a video gaming company used its popular fitness app to inform its 3-floor office redesign by IA Interior Architects.
Creative director Dean Jeffery has turned second-generation family business, Grand Rapids Chair Company, into a design-forward furniture brand.
Montreal-based Ivy Studio Inc. designed Spacial's first coworking office space to resemble the ambiance of working in an exterior courtyard.
Commercial brands and interior design studios continued to innovate and inspire the workplace environment, from privacy pods and office accessories to modern office designs.
Design Milk takes a look back at Where I Work to see all the designers featured, their workspaces, and their processes.
Now that the year is almost over, we're looking back to see the designs we featured in our Deconstruction column throughout 2021 for more appreciation into their design process.