Made up of two bedside tables and a sideboard, the Unbutton Collection, designed by Cristina Bulat, was inspired by the outfits of pinup models.
Turett Collaborative Architects took this former Greenwich Street warehouse and created a modern penthouse loft while maintaining parts of its historic past.
Openstudio was one of the highlights of my first visit to Designblok in Prague. As with all the events of the festival, it was held within a building normally closed to the public – in this case in Dum U Minuty (The house “at the minute”) on Prague Old Town Square, a stunning example of high-Renaissance architecture outside and more contemporary functionalism inside.
Induction cooking – an electromagnetic technology which heats faster, is thermally more efficient, and provides more consistent heating across surfaces compared to either gas or traditional electric stovetops – has quickly staked a spot amongst upper tier home kitchen appliances.
Designer Stefan Borselius has joined forces with Abstracta to create an aesthetically pleasing and hyper functional sound-absorbent screen system, called Domo.
Dulwich Residence is a minimalist home located in Montreal, Canada, designed by Naturehumaine. Situated near Montreal’s south shore, the clients wanted a contemporary extension that would coexist with their existing 1920′s residence.
Taking inspiration from a children’s puzzle, Hamburg, Germany based Herr M designed a side table with hidden storage called Schiebepuzzle.
Planell-Hirsch Oficina de Arquitectura took on the interior design of Loft 2 in an old factory building in Barcelona, Spain.
The stunning Art Nouveau Grand Hotel Europe, originally designed by architects Bedrich Bendelmayer and Alois Dryak, opened its doors for the first time in decades as part of the Designblok premise of hosting design events in buildings not normally open to the public.
These tater tots are basically an excuse to eat french fries in a party setting. We’re using what nature gave us — the starch in the potatoes — to bind them together haphazardly; when assembled and fried, each bundle should have the spiky haphazard look of a handful of spaghetti.
Sometimes a simple idea can be, well, genius. Take for instance these Cubic Rubber Bands from Nendo. Super simple, yet so smart.
Romero Vallejo is leaving the possibilities up to you with their latest design. The DOCKS collection for Gandia Blasco is made up of one module that can be used in more ways than you can possibly imagine.
There’s been a time or two that blowup furniture has hit the market with a bang but for the most part, you were hovering so close to the ground while you were sitting that it was impossible to get up.
Located in Kaohsiung city, Taiwan, The Family Playground is a new project completed by House Design studio.
Soffio is a new Italian brand based out of Chiampo Valley, offering fine leather tech accessories. With clean, minimal lines and functional twists, each piece is handmade from naturally aged leather.
The School of Life has launched a unique set of pencils that aim to help reveal your inner qualities.
Studio McKenzie-Veal recently completed a brand new project for Fab.com. The Modal lamp, inspired by the versatility of a classic workshop clamp lamp, brings the portability of that idea and creates an elegant version for inside the home.
For this month’s Where I Work, we head to the Sydney, Australia workshop of Rachel Castle, whose work spans multiple mediums, including textiles, paint, printmaking, sewing, you name it.
Umbrellas have pretty much been the same for, well, forever. Now, designers Matthew Waldman of Nooka and Justin Nagelberg have partnered up to reimagine the rainy day accessory.
Our “You Are How You Eat” contest entries are in and the esteemed judges from our partners, Adobe, Alessi and Shapeways, have selected their top 10 favorites.