Nike material innovation looks and feels just like real leather, but uses 90% less water and results in 80% lower carbon footprint.
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Thanks to their modest dimensions, tiny homes can open the doors to a homeowner’s formerly unattainable residential dreams...
Move aside, kale. Microalgae is the new superfood.
A television reimagined as a focal point of the room with a design inspired by the sails of seafaring ship.
MASSESS aims to help your cluttered desktop out with their minimalist iMac light.
Breville's hybrid superautomatic espresso machine features its own hopper, grinder, and touchscreen to simplify pulling a perfect cup.
If you've already settled on either a iPhone 8 and iPhone X model and need help finding a new case, check out Society6!
The new Honda Urban EV Concept is both nostalgic and futuristic.
Favorites from the 2017 A’ Design Award winners. There’s still time for you to enter!
A 4K digital art frame with a mounting system permitting a simple switch between portrait and landscape viewing modes.
Renault and Philips envision a future when cars become an integrated extension of the home, complete with automated smart home connectivity.…
The ultimate home karaoke speaker, capable of projecting the lyrics of over 2 million songs on its translucent screen.
Roamproof launched two new, portable Bluetooth speakers that can be thrown or kicked around and still play your favorite music.
Dinara Kasko reinterprets the 3D sculptures of artist José Margulis into a quartet of edible "geometrical kinetic tarts".
An app connected smart cooking tool shaped like a spoon designed to determine the temperature of liquids with just a stir.
Samsung's latest collaboration brings the geometric colors and blockwork of Scholten & Baijings to The Frame TV.