Almost invisible from the road, tucked behind bountiful veld grass, lays an almost otherwordly space named “Reflections of the Land.” Designed by W design architecture studio, this South African residence was built to be an extension of the natural life that surrounds it.
With notable quotes from Steve Jobs to Voltaire to Charles Eames, we brought in some of our favorite artists and designers to design some inspiring wallpapers for all of your tech devices.
We spent the first part of the year following along with a handful of designers as they went about a typical day in their lives.
Beirut-based product designer Stéphanie Moussallem created a series of handmade rolling pins, called Rouleaux, using a variety of materials, like brass, marble, wood, and aluminum.
We all grew up looking at plated food, everyday, it’s a small palette, usually flat and round. We have stared at plates more than we have stared at framed art.
Whether you consider yourself a novice or a professional, DIY is where it’s at. We explored several projects this year that just about anyone with a few simple tools and a few hours can make without breaking the bank.
This modern home in Seattle’s Alki neighborhood sits steps away from the water of Alki Beach. Designed by Alloy Design Group, the three bedroom, two-and-a-half bathroom residence has sloped rooflines and is mostly clad in large brown and white panels, with the boxy entrance volume covered in horizontal wood slats.
Music and arts label, Ghostly, has been killing it lately with a variety of collaboration and gift ideas connecting the dots of design, fashion, art, and even food.
Once again, our very own David hit the streets of New York City to check out every gallery show the city had to offer.
In Nikari’s project “5 Studies for Nature”, the fifth and final design comes from second year industrial design student Jari Devad in Stockholm, Sweden, as part of a competition by the university Konstfack.
Toronto-based Matt Carr oversees Umbra’s global design division as their Director of Design, a company he’s worked at since 2001.
In a quest to explore the possible relationships formed between concrete and yellow pine wood, Belgian designer Robin Berrewaerts created the Concrete Pine Series.
Santiago Parramón, of RTA-Office, designed House and Studio YC to be a sculptural structure that was built around the limits of the landscape.
Happy holidays everyone! This is our holiday edition of our weekly Society6 artist-designed product roundup and the last one of the year.
The Ovo might be labeled as a passive iPhone speaker, but there’s nothing passive otherwise about the elegant choice of material used by stone craftsman company Monitillo Marmi to craft their unique iPhone analog amplification speaker.
You don’t often find lamps inspired by food, especially of the chopped octopus served on a round, pinewood plate variety, but this is one of them.
Isana is a minimalist house located in Tokyo, Japan, designed by Niko Design Studio. The project is a multi-layer row house with additional rooms for rent, a request made directly from the owner of the home.
LAMPP is a new kind of accessory for your phone, designed by Jordi Canudas Studio. It’s a smart light that utilizes the brightness of your phone to create a warm glow fitting for any situation.
Now that we’re in the weeks between Thanksgiving and the end of the year holidays, we have eating on the brain.
Curro Claret worked with Metalarte on a social project that produced a series of lamps made from shoelaces.