A colorful, kitschy poster on your wall is a pretty great addition to any room – but a colorful, kitschy poster that you can take down and fold into something functional?
In most homes, dust is a plague that is frequently and zealously eradicated – but to Antonino Cardillo, dust is a vital component of a stunning wall treatment that brings to mind primordial caverns and raw, bare earth.
Having a dog means having a constant best friend, but it also means having tons of dog stuff cluttering up your home.
No matter how you feel about the energy, forestry and mining industries that have taken up residence in Canada, the fact is that those industries are firmly entrenched in Alberta.
Got a bright idea? Then it might be time to flip open your lamp and grab a pencil or pen, both of which actions dovetail nicely in this wooden desktop light design.
Inspired by the shape and style of luxury yachts, this curvaceous creation adds a degree of elegance (not to mention fuel efficiency) back into the realm of contemporary mobile homes.
Hang one part and you are already mostly done assembling your brand new set of wall shelves – everything else hangs on that first essential piece.
Whether it be a waterfall running through your home, or a tree rising up into it, there is something awe-inspiring about directly integrating nature with architecture.
The charming mismatched look of a weathered scrap wood wall can be achieved with a lot less time and effort using a wood-textured wallpaper series by Dutch designer Piet Hein Eek.
Push on any side of this Rubik’s cube-like coffee table, and it will give in to the pressure like it’s on springs, and then snap back into place.
When you have a baby, the number of toiletries in your home automatically shoots up. You need special soaps, shampoos, moisturizers and all kinds of other things for the little one.
The Runway series from furniture makers HighTower is all about adaptability. The universal modular pieces fit together in seemingly endless combinations, allowing you to be as creative as you want to be with your seating.
A former manufacturing workshop in Paris has shed its industrial skin to become a modern, elegant family living space.
The objects in our homes are the things that sustain us from day to day and help keep us alive and comfortable, yet we rarely stop to admire their forms.
Philip Johnson’s Glass House has long been a highly admired piece of American architecture, but until now it has been admired on its own without the consideration of additional surrounding architecture.
Stepping over the side of a bathtub sounds like the easiest thing in the world to someone who has a full range of mobility, but for those with somewhat less flexibility, it can be tricky or even downright dangerous.
It took an engineer occupant with serious vision to see how an old closet in Seattle could be turned into a livable space with only 182 square feet to work with.
Precariously minimalist at first glance, one has to wonder if the stress of waiting for this furniture to fall over will balance out the pristine simplicity of its one-curve, single-material design.
A quaint stone structure with a steeply-sloped roof and many small windows now sits next to a steel monolith with large expanses of glass – two opposites coming together across the ages, much like the four generations now living under its roofs.
Depending on your vantage point, this slick curvilinear desk looks like a lightweight wave or a solid, immovable volume, rising and curving in a motion inspired by the movement of water.