Francesco Favaretto is a designer and Creative Director of Favaretto & Partners Design Studio and this week's Friday Five feature!
A minimalist lounge chair with a small removable plinth that extends on a stainless steel arm to perfectly fit a coffee cup or notebook.
B&B Italia + Naoto Fukasawa have collaborated on a minimal collection of outdoor furniture with southeast Asian + Swedish influences.
We head to Brooklyn's Gowanus neighborhood to check in with Sarah Zames, founder of General Assembly, to see how and where she works.
Iranian-born, San Francisco-based architect Nastaran Mousavi joins us for Friday Five to share places, designs, & things that inspire her.
Cadence is a residential building in London designed to optimize space and light by blending neutral palettes and large windows.
Francisco-based Pair got creative when NeoCon was cancelled – they made miniature versions and created clever workplace setups.
We're loving this design from Pacific Designs’ Delightful collection which has patterns and motifs inspired by nature.
Caitlin Murray, CEO and founder of Black Lacquer Design, a boutique interior design firm founded in 2014, joins us for Friday Five!
A juicer that's an unconventional take on a classic kitchen tool as you put it on your fingers like a ring.
The new interior of Musée d’Art Moderne de Paris is designed with simplicity that offers an important neutrality to the artwork exhibited.
Designed by Ramón Esteve for Restoration Hardware, the Caicos outdoor furniture collection is bold and sustainably made.
Heath Ceramics co-founder Catherine Bailey fills us in on business in the time of COVID-19 and where and how she's working.
The artist known only as KATSU used pre-programed drones to paint all 4 walls of The Hole gallery in New York for the Dot exhibition.