IMM Cologne is a vast show, but I always head straight to the Pure Talents section: both the Pure Talents Contest (previously known as the D3 Contest) – IMM Cologne’s competition for international up-and-coming designers – and the university stands.
Z-AXIS DESIGN renovated this 122 square meter (~1313 square foot) apartment in Taichung, Taiwan due to the fact that it was old and had a leak that caused mold issues.
Combining wooden parts with a metal structure, designer Mario Alessiani designed a high stool for Italian company Offiseria.
This year at Kitchen and Bath Industry Show (KBIS), I felt like most of the time I was behind a video camera instead of behind my phone… a completely different and exciting experience in covering trade shows.
University North of Paraná industrial design students Artur de Menezes and Leonard Sitta came together to design a desk for Latin America’s biggest design competition, Salão Design.
We have top-notch equipment to play our vinyl on, but what about to store it? There are far less options, yes?
We love the fun ways Society6 artists experiment with paint. Composition on Panel 2 rug by Chad Wys this thing called art is really dangerous print by Agnes-cecile I Show You the Stars wall tapestry by Moremo Afterglow Cherry print by Ann Marie Coolick Paint it…Black phone case by Schwebewesen • Romina Lutz In an ongoing effort to support independent artists from around the world, Design Milk is proud to partner with Society6 to offer The Design Milk Dairy, a special collection of Society6 artists’ work curated by Design Milk and our readers.
House L, by Stephan Maria Lang, is an L-shaped residence in Munich designed for a young family. Protected from the street by a tall white wall, the energy efficient house is built with concrete core cooling/heating, sun collectors, thermal heat pump, and controlled air ventilation to meet the German standards of a low-energy house.
Founded by Jessenia Herrera and Quincy Bee, Socotra is an independent eyewear label that just recently launched its first collection of unisex eyewear.
We hit the Kitchen and Bath Industry Show (KBIS) last month with full force, sharing some of our favorite trends and spotting new and exciting products for 2016.
Formerly Yes is a minimalist retail space located in Los Angeles, California, designed by Brad & Jenna Holdgrafer, who also own the company.
Designer Matthew Lim was frustrated with the existing lights on the market. Specifically, he was looking for a multifunctional light that’s ideal for small spaces, with uniform diffused lighting and no awkward shadows.
Juliette Mutzke-Felippelli, of Los Angeles-based design studio Joogii, designed a chair she calls French Touch that was inspired by French house music from the 90s.
Located on Citrus Avenue in West Hollywood, this eco-friendly home spans 4,113 square feet and incorporates the indoor/outdoor, open-concept layout often found in California.
For 2016, Truly Truly has completed a trio of minimalistic lamps that are made with a draping loop of light.
I’ve been stalking Brooklyn-based painter Erik Jones on Instagram for a few years now and I’m always delighted and inspired when one of his images pops up in my feed.
French designer Inga Sempé gives new meaning to classic Persian rugs with her Meteo collection for Golran.
If you’re a cyclist looking for a stylish way to mount your bikes, Mike Bultje might have the perfect storage solution for you.
Jared Mankelow, formerly of Conran and IDEO, has launched a new brand, Objest, that’s debuted its first collection of Swiss made quartz watches.
This home on the shores in the Ukraine was once a small cottage for a family to spend their summers before they reached out to NOTT Design Studio wanting a much larger modern house.