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Interview: Samuel Wilkinson


The Design Milk/CraneTV team went to London to visit with industrial designer Samuel Wilkinson, whose work you might be familiar with.

This Pen-Style Device Hides Multiple Screwdrivers in One


mininch studio has designed the Tool Pen, a lightweight and portable alternative to a screwdriver set.

Architecture That Makes The Most of Indoor-Outdoor Living


One of the benefits of living in California is getting to spend so much time outdoors all year long and with that being said, it’s no wonder people want the exterior to be just as important as the interior.

OmieBox: The Healthier Lunch Box for Kids


OmieBox is a new, healthier lunch box that focuses on form and function. A far cry from the typical Dora the Explorer lunch boxes, OmieBox has an innovative design that will transform the way young children eat lunch, emphasizing healthy habits early on.

Linda Sieto Does It Again with Undertone Leather Bags


We’re clearly big fans of Budapest-based accessory designer Linda Sieto, and her newest collection Undertone, does not disappoint.

Milo Lamp by Lightovo


Designed by Poland-based lighting studio Lightovo, Milo is an interior lamp with a glass shade. But, it’s not only a lamp – it’s like a miniature greenhouse.

Thos. Moser Introduces the Fahmida Chair


While at Dwell on Design, we spotted the brand new Fahmida chair, a design collaboration between Thos.

Airberg: Seating That Breaks With Conventions


Airberg is a collection from designer Jean-Marie Massaud that does away with all conventions when it comes to seating.

Adobe’s New San Francisco Digs


As San Jose-based Adobe continues to grow, so does their need for office space. They expanded to San Francisco once they acquired Macromedia in 2005 but had outgrown their two original office spaces at 601 and 625 Townsend Street.

OFORM Modern Geometric Jewelry


Founded by Naomi Bijlefeld, a Design Academy Eindhoven graduate, OFORM is a modern jewelry label made in The Netherlands.

Your Photos Printed on A Wooden iPhone Case


Casetify decided to take hipster to an ultimate level, and released Instagram natural maple wood cases.

VESSEL Lighting by 3M™ + Todd Bracher


VESSEL was born from a continued partnership between designer Todd Bracher and 3M Architectural Markets and the collection of lighting includes pendants and sconces made from solid quartz.

Hello Pattern by Judy Kaufmann


Barcelona-based illustrator Judy Kaufmann recently launched a collection of new patterns on her site, Hello Pattern.

Design This Chair By Finding Your Most Comfortable Way of Sitting


Helsinki-born, London-based designer Kirsi Enkovaara sought out to explore the psychology of sitting when working on her final project while attending the Royal College of Art.

A 40-Year-Old Minimalist Classic Reborn: The OD-11 Cloud Speaker


Maybe it’s because we share the same birth year, but the four decades that have passed since the release of the OD-11 seem to have been remarkably kind to the design of Stig Carlsson’s original 1974 audio speaker.

House Berkel-Enschot by Bedaux de Brouwer Architecten


Dutch firm Bedaux de Brouwer Architecten recently completed House Berkel-Enschot, a brick structure that connects to an old, existing barn.

A Visit to Republic of Fritz Hansen NYC


During NYCxDesign, we stopped by the Republic of Fritz Hansen showroom and talked with Henrik Hjorth, Vice President of North America Sales.

A Modern Bike Whistle from Bookman and Acme Whistles


If you’ve ever ridden your bike on a busy city street you know those bells just don’t cut through the noise when you’re trying to alert people that you’re heading their way.

“/” Lamp Makes You The Designer


Dragos Motica is an architect and designer from Romania with an interesting new concept lamp designed for Romanian furniture brand Ubikubi.

Friday Five with Sebastian Bergne


British industrial designer Sebastian Bergne is known to crank out some really cleverly designed everyday objects, each with his own special spin on them.


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