Our favorites from the 2016 Architectural Digest Design Show where we fell in love with the emerging and established designers.
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KWAMBIO uses 3D printing to create designed objects on demand, doing away with the previous limitations it afforded.
At first glance, you might not suspect that this vase pulls double duty, but it subtly disguises another use besides holding flowers.
Innovative brands Iittala and Issey Miyake came together to collaborate on a visionary collection for the home.
See how this designer's background in engineering and curiosity for design led him to create four unique pieces.
UK designer Daniel Schofield's latest pieces that he debuted at LDF15.
Thom Fougere's collection of modern furniture and household objects pay careful attention to material choices, functionality, and design.
David Taylor takes a container full of scrap metal and turns it into functional and beautiful objects.
PANTONE steps away from the norm and selected two colors to represent the PANTONE Color of the Year for 2016.
A guide of gifts for when you want to limit your spending to $50.
A collection of organic vessels that represent the lifestyle of a plant.
Waste is turned into beautiful objects, coming full circle.
During this year's London Design Festival, we spent 10 hours at Tent London and it still wasn't enough.
An anniversary collection that's inspired by the wild, natural Dorset coast.
See what happens when 8 creatives are handed endless supplies of simple, white paper.
A collection of vases made of faceted glass shields that create optical illusions.