Dean of the Pratt School of Architecture, Dr Harriet Harriss joins us for Friday Five with a few things that are inspiring in her own life.
A minimal apartment in London, by Surman Weston, that references the original building and others typical of the era.
Rise Lounge is a modular seating system from Allsteel comprising a soft, multi-level pieces and work surfaces to increase productivity.
This month we’re sharing a new wallpaper pattern called Reflections by Mitchell Black paired with a quote from Picasso.
Take full advantage of your balcony or terrace with Unopiù's multifunctional, modular Urban Balcony.
A farm-to table dining experience extends to the actual vessels with Grass-Fed Bone China made from cow bones.
Vice President of Product Design at Interface, Kari Pei uses her expertise to bring visions to life. Today she joins us for Friday Five!
A minimal home in the Kanto region of Japan, by Apollo Architects & Associates, defined by two rectilinear concrete volumes.
A flexible everyday chair manufactured from regenerated nylon that's made from upcycled waste plastic, like fishing nets and carpets.
The Anatra outdoor collection, by Patricia Urquiola for JANUS et Cie, uses textured braiding to wrap the frame of each piece of furniture.
Tavares Strachan is constructing 5 massive words in pink neon on a mountain in Telluride, Colorado, saying "We are all in this together."
Stellar Works unveiled their first collaboration with Nendo of their distinctive collections: Blend, Frame, and Kite.
Frövi is a British commercial furniture company that's been blending a Scandinavian aesthetic with British craftsmanship since 1976.
MAMAGREEN recently released the BIG DADDY dining table and it is ready to take on even the most ambitious of your entertaining endeavors.