We're taking you back through our 2019 Deconstruction column to see how 11 designs were made, from idea to finished product.
We tapped German-based manufacturer Wilkhahn to share the design process behind their AT 187 chair range and how it came to fruition.
See how these average tables become kinetic art pieces for the home using a layer of sand, a steel ball, and a hand-built robot.
Nienkämper shares the complex manufacturing process that's behind bringing the modular Heartbeat seating system to market.
A lighting series built around a part, which can be seen in this Deconstruction where Allied Maker walks us through the design process.
Artist and illustrator Peter Judson shares how he created two bold, graphic murals for student housing residence, Scape Bloomsbury.
London-based HAYCHE takes us inside to see how the Windsor-like design came about.
In this Deconstruction, Danish brand Louis Poulsen shares the design process behind Øivind Slaatt's Patera Silver pendant.
Khodi Feiz, of Feiz Design Studio, walks us through his design process for a basket-inspired pouf collection for the office.
Brooklyn SolarWorks takes us behind the scenes to learn more about the process of creating the Solar Canopy.
We check in with Eindhoven-based Bogaerts Label to hear more about the Siren Chair designed by Jacob Nitz.
Artek and Heath Ceramics are giving us a tour of how a unique collaboration came together.
Throughout 2018, we asked designers to share the ins and outs of their creations and we revisit how they're all made.
Chisel & Mouse shares how much work is involved in bringing their architectural Farnsworth House model to life.
Notre Monde is taking us behind the scenes to see how artist and owner Dawn Sweitzer's Bright Abstract tray collection came to be.