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10+ Awesome Things at IDS Vancouver 2016: Local Flavor + International Design

IDS Vancouver, and we knew we’d be in for a treat. Serving up a fresh dose of West Coast and Canadian design, IDS Vancouver is one show that we have enjoyed in recent years because of its great mix of high end and affordable designs, plus its serious focus on quality programming and local exhibitors.

Exclusive: Carved Pill Bowl by Kutarq Studio for OTHR

Another release is available exclusively early for Design Milk readers from OTHR, the new 3D-printing brand focused on modern design by today’s most talented designers.

Wilsonart Student Chair Design Competition is Best in Class

If you browse through our archives from ICFF event coverage, you’re bound to stumble on a number of “best of” posts that include the Wilsonart Student Chair Design Competition booth as it’s often one of our favorites.

Dusen Dusen Designs Modular, Magnetic Wallcoverings for Visual Magnetics

Dusen Dusen continually slays the print game bringing their signature, bold patterns to clothing and home goods that inevitably elevate everyone’s mood that comes in contact with them.

A Renovated Apartment in Buenos Aires

Remy arquitectos partnered with MYOO on the renovation of the 150 square meter (1615 square foot) Gascon apartment in the Palermo neighborhood of Buenos Aires.

A Visit To Lily Chau’s Acacia Shop in SF

I ventured into San Francisco-based Acacia on a random Saturday and knew instantly I had found a special shop.

There Are Only 100 Pairs of These Hard Graft S1 Midtops Sneakers

If you’re all about exclusivity and are partial to midtop sneakers, you’ll want to redirect your to the Hard Graft website and cop a pair of these extremely limited run Hard Graft S1 Midtops Sneakers.

ferm LIVING’S Autumn/Winter 2016 Collection

ferm LIVING continues to create simple yet stunning furnishings for the home with their latest collection.

Apartment T by KC design studio

Apartment T is a 120 square meter (1292 square foot) apartment located in the East District of Taipei City that was designed by KC design studio.

Five Favorites

Want to personalize your home decor?… How about textiles made from your DNA? Iona Inglesby launched a company called Dot One that converts data from .1% of your DNA into super unique textile patterns.

Corals by Robert Bronwasser for Palau

We all know that the modern office is changed drastically from what it used to be. Whether it’s an open office plan, a co-op, or satellite offices, most offices are in a constant change of flux. con Bronwasser aimed to solve that problem by designed CORALS, modular office furniture.

How to Choose the Best Squarespace Template: The Only Three Tips You’ll Need

The following post is brought to you by Squarespace. Our partners are hand picked by the Design Milk team because they represent the best in design.

Teatime Made Anew with Purpur

For her graduation project, Roxanne Flick designed a set of teaware entitled “Purpur” inspired by the beauty of nature and the beauty of art, two separate worlds that often collide together in design.

House as a Rock by Global Architects

In the Westlandse Zoom dunes in the South of Holland, Global Architects were hired to design a minimalist modern house in this beach locale.

Elevate Entertaining With Sarmarie

Sarmarie Higgins, a self described “flamboyant artist, printmaker, comedian, yogi” has partnered up with Jeremy Happ (the structural designer, builder, woodworker, philosopher, yogi) to create Sarmarie Designs.

From Concept to Reality: The Self-Lacing Nike HyperAdapt 1.0

Like any proper technology, the new Nike HyperAdapt 1.0 goes by a more personable moniker – E.A.R.L. – a friendly stand-in for its more long-winded given name, the Electro Adaptive Reactive Lacing sneaker.

Say Hello to Hemp Sunglasses

While traditionally used for well, other things, hemp is a very sustainable product that can be used within 3 months, compared to trees that take years to go.

Friday Five with Alexander Tochilovsky

Photo by Laura Mircik-Sellers Letter lover Alexander Tochilovsky is a New York City-based graphic designer that divides his time between teaching typography and graphic design at The Cooper Union and curating the Herb Lubalin Studio Center of Design and Typography.

Driftscape: Traveling Untethered

Imagine being able to take a vacation anywhere in the world, unconstrained by the limits of sea, air or land.

A Parisian Pied-à-terre by Piret Johanson Studio

Piret Johanson Studio recently completed a complete renovation of this Paris Pied-à-terre. The existing 1,300 square foot space was revised to open the floor plan up and to redesign the kitchen, bathrooms, bedrooms, and closets.