Summer has come to a close and Fall is finally here – hooray! Now that the seasons have changed, it’s the perfect time to swap out your bedding for a fresh look.
Society6 has just released one of their best products yet: travel mugs—just in time for the season during which I’m constantly drinking a hot beverage!
Yes! It’s another church conversion! Evolution Design are the ones responsible for this conversion of a boutique chapel in Forest-in-Teesdale, England, United Kingdom.
The Ace Hotel in London’s Shoreditch collaborated with Modern Design Review founder and editor Laura Houseley to commission a collection of objects as an exhibition for the London Design Festival, but crucially, that would be used by the hotel afterwards.
No matter where you turn, the local art gallery, your doctor’s office or your favorite magazine, type and lettering will somehow make an impact on your life each day.
UK furniture brand Efasma launched its first ever collection at this year’s 100% Design during London Design Festival.
Cubic Cable Holder is a minimalist design created by California-based designer Kebei Li. The cubes are an evolution of his former wire holder design, and are precisely machined out of brass or copper. As the name suggests, the cable holder serves as an anchor to ensure that wires do not fall off the desk after they are unplugged.
Originally inspired by the rolling hills, quaint villages, and the steep coastline of Dorset, Another Country is celebrating their fifth anniversary with a collection of five, limited edition pieces from international designers.
Architect Leandro Garcia designed the Perdizes Apartment for a young couple who have an affinity for both architecture and design.
Established in 2003, the London Design Festival is growing year after year and in 2015 offers over 400 events and installations to the design-conscious public.
Here at Pinch, we are currently deep in the trenches of product development. We’ve decided to launch a new craft cocktail division – TWIST – and are working away at creating one-of-a-kind bar experiences for the New York event scene.
Presek Design Studio has launched the Opposite collection which started with a focus of designing functional objects.
Spanish outdoor furniture brand Calma has given the outdoor umbrella an update. The OM collection of shades, designed by Andreu Carulla, takes your average Mediterranean umbrella and gives it the ability to adapt to any space.
Consumer 3D printing has been languishing in regards to fulfilling the promises of delivering useful products on demand.
Dwell Development out of Seattle has been paving the way for green building in recent years. Their latest sets another milestone for the company with the completion of the first 5-Star Built Green Live/Work homes in the Seattle area.
The Victoria and Albert Museum was once again the “hub” for the London Design Festival with a series of site-specific installations by big-name designers helping to engage visitors to the V&A with design, and visitors to the festival with the V&A.
We pretty much all know the name Movado and can typically recognize a Movado watch by its iconic 12-o’clock circle with numberless dial, or the “Museum Dial”, which was designed by artist Nathan George Horwitt in 1947.
Asymmetry, alchemy, and science are the themes of Alessandro Zambelli‘s latest limited edition object devised for PadiglioneItalia.
Opened in April, 2015, The LARK is a new, downtown hotel that welcomes guests who arrive in Bozeman, Montana for adventure seeking.
Paper money isn’t worth anything without its assigned value – otherwise, it would be nothing more than just a blend of cotton and linen.