Think Fabricate expands their lighting collection to include Lantern Helix, a massive chandelier made up of fourteen Think Lanterns in a multitude of sizes, shapes, and finishes.
I’m headed to a pool party this weekend so I started thinking about pools, Labor Day BBQs, and the fun times had around water and inflatables.
Mathery Studio was tapped to design a space for children that “focused on transforming perception surrounding the simple act of drawing.” The firm came up with Pastello – Draw Act, which is derived from the Italian word for ‘pastel’ or ‘crayon’, a dedicated environment that lends itself to the National Gallery of Victoria’s commitment to programs that involve design and children.
It’s hard to find cut glassware or fine cut crystal with modern motifs, but J. HILL’s Standard, a new mouth-blown hand-cut crystal maker from Ireland has entered the scene… They’ve set out to revive the near-dead Irish hand-cut crystal industry with debut collections by Martino Gamper and Scholten & Baijings.
Orée is a new manufacturer of tech accessories, focusing on design and the use of natural products. Each item has a smooth, streamlined look and is made out of materials such as wood, marble, and leather.
Architect and designer Michael Wolk recently debuted The Stryde Collection, which is a modern take on popular, mid-20th century lounge chairs.
A House for an Architect is a minimalist home located in Ramat Hasharon, Israel, designed by Pitsou Kedem Architects.
1. Pivot Power™ Surge Protector 2 2. BAG’n’NOUN Tool Bag with Leather Strap – School 3. Moleskine Extra Large Ruled Notebook 4.
Nico van der Meulen Architects never cease to amaze with their jaw-dropping architectural projects that will make you pack your bags so fast you’ll forget to pack your underwear.
Audiophiles often debate the merits of coupling or isolating speakers from their stands: the “coupling” contingency believes speakers should be conjoined with a stand, theoretically improving sound and room gain via energy transferral.
Summer is the “off season” for the New York art world. The galleries that remain open typically mount group shows, often with guest curators rather than the massive single artist features shown during the rest of the year.
At first glance you might not realize it’s a trash can but that’s what the Swing Bin is. The minimal design, by Shigeichiro Takeuchi, is so sleek, simple, and perfect, you almost don’t want to use it for trash.
Nendo knocks it out with another collaboration that’s definitely worthy of featuring. The Japanese firm partnered with Emeco, you know, the makers of the very famous Navy chair, to create the SU Collection of stools and tables which feature the same awesomeness that goes into other Emeco designs – they’re built with recycled and reclaimed materials.
When you think of steel, you think of its hard, rigid strength, right? Well nendo, designed a furniture collection made out of said steel with design features that include bends, curves, and wraps, giving the impression that the material is soft and flexible.
Plants tend to be an afterthought in interior design. And the more bad experiences you have with plants (in other words, how many of them die at your hand), the more likely you are to push them to the back burner or forget about them altogether.
Designed by Läufer + Keichel for Berlin-based company schneiderschram, this orange-crate inspired chair has a very simple-looking design that is perfectly versatile for any setting.
Although it’s not quite that time of year yet, we still can’t help but pine for cooler weather. Creative brand Vík Prjónsdóttir is made up of three Icelandic designers, Brynhildur Pálsdóttir, Gudfinna Mjöll Magnúsdóttir, and Thuríður Sigurþórsdóttir, who aim to create designs out of the country’s natural materials, focusing on the wool industry.
Remember Soapbox? We fell for their easy-to-assemble, flat-packed furniture a couple of years ago and they’re still doing their thing.
Christian Werner designed a settee that brings you the freedom to fix it how you like it. Prado, made for Ligne Roset, is made up of a long seat that can be used independently or with the unattached back cushions placed wherever you like.
Formafantasma utilizes a material not often thought about for anything other than what it is – cooled lava.