Nichetto Studio partnered with Lladró on the whimsical Soft Blown lighting series that gives nod to performance artists creating balloon art.
BomBom Outdoor, a new collaboration from Joana Vasconcelos + Roche Bobois, is a pastel lover's dream come to life in the form of organically-shaped sofas, rugs, and cushions.
Check out the increasingly inspiring work from the exhibitors at ICFF and WantedDesign 2023, showing a strong return to skilled artisanship, organic motifs, and blush tones.
The haunting luminescence of the Western Australian moonlight takes form in a brutalist light sculpture, Vestige, designed by Peter Kovacsy.
Chris Wolston presents Flower Power, a series of whimsical terracotta furniture and lighting inspired by tropical flora found in Colombian mountains and forests.
At WantedDesign's Launch Pad, Madeline Isakson shares her passion for exploring materials + objects that can be created from what's left behind in the EPS (Expanded Polystyrene) Series.
Flos spotlights two new lighting collections – one inspired by a 16th century toy, the other by ceramics – during Milan Design Week 2023.
Designed by Todd Bracher + GANDIABLASCO, the MASS modular outdoor seating collection embodies the Mediterranean lifestyle + irreducible complexity.
For NYCxDesign 2023, Sight Unseen launched and exhibition to debut new additions to their Sight Unseen Collection, including the work of both up-and-coming and established designers.
MÄVINN is IKEA's second global social entrepreneurship home furnishings collection, and the first that will include annually recurring product releases.
During Milan Design Week 2023, Patricia Urquiola + manufacturer Moroso upcycled two of the designer's oldest designs + released some exciting new pieces.
The 11 one-of-a-kind objects + lamps in Diego Olivero Studio's collaboration with Delhi-based Indian artisans translates their craft into unique glass art.
Los Angeles designer Laura Niubó launches Espressionismo Floreale, maximalist, vibrant rugs that display bright colors, geometric shapes, and curvy lines.
Designer Nick Ozemba – one half of In Common With – places high value on special places, from a small restaurant in Mallorca to a local cafe.
Iceland's annual design event spotlights Reykjavik's resourceful and sustainably minded creative community together with playful purpose.