Multiple British brands + one Kiwi come together to explore what SCP calls "Ways of Sitting" at Padiglione Brera during Milan Design Week.
Design Milk explores designer Lee Broom's Divine Inspiration exhibition at Milan Design Week 2022 and the results are breathtaking.
The sustainably designed Fritz Hansen pavilion showcased iconic designs of the past alongside sneak peeks of future collections.
At Milan Design Week, Alcova combined a unique venue with emerging design talent, experimental projects, and a good supply of shaded tables served by food and drink trucks.
Forest Tales presented furniture that aims to draw attention to underutilized American hardwoods such as maple, cherry, and red oak.
Senior Editor Kelly Beall traveled to Chicago to see what's new + upcoming in the world of commercial design at NeoCon 2022.
Milan Design Week's SaloneSatellite, dedicated to designers aged under 35, is always a Design Milk favorite and didn't disappoint this year.
Milan Design Week is back with a bang with MATTER by Norwegian Presence – a celebration of materiality, ingenuity, and the culture that is informed by Norway's natural resources.
With the end of NYCxDESIGN, Design Milk shares the best of ICFF + WantedDesign 2022, including Concrete Collaborative, Thatcher, and more!
The NYCxDESIGN program is filled with activations, tours, exhibits, talks, workshops, and films to celebrate the creative spirit of NYC.
If you missed KBIS, or any of the Design Milk X Modenus Talks (#DMMTalks) lounge, don't worry – we recorded them! Listen to all of our great conversations!
Join the Design Milk X Modenus Talks (#DMMTalks) lounge at KBIS 2022 where we'll be hosting fantastic events you don't want to miss!
Executive Editor Jaime Derringer pulls together some vibrant, bold, and beautiful picks for this installment of Take 5!
Design Anew was the theme of Neocon 2021, where the halls of the Mart were bustling once again. Check out our faves!
First Times is an exhibition featuring artists never before exhibited with Galerie Philia, and many, have never shown work within the U.S.