It’s been almost a year ago since we first heard from designer Eduardo Umaña. He said he wanted a bit of our time to talk about time itself – specifically keeping it with the minimalist timepiece he designed as an expression and homage to Scandinavian simplicity, the Classic Engineering VARIO.
If you’ve ever wanted to own an architectural gem, this Southern California home has landed on the market for the first time since 1978.
Caterina Moretti, of Guadalajara, Mexico based design studio Peca, collaborated with Alejandra Carmona on a multifunctional daybed called Pita.
While design trends come and go and then sometimes come back, mid-century design has been a constant since, well, it began.
Swiss design studio Diiis Designstudio has switched gears a bit since we last saw them two years ago with their convertible backpack, Manta.
This week’s Friday Five checks in with the quirky Zane Bevan, who’s the Creative Director at the Palo Alto-based Robinhood.
We are not kitten you. Singapore will be hosting their first, cat-themed furniture design show during Singapore Design Week (SDW).
Public announcement: there are less than 30 days left until Spring arrives! Southern California has been having a season of (much needed) rainfall this winter so there has been lots of days where I don’t even change out of my pjs (as it should be on rainy days, right?
It was only a matter of time before coffee and bicycles converged in one, trendy LA space. “We want to take two things that are typically very intimidating – bicycles and coffee – and make them approachable and fun,” describes Chase Spenst.
Much like a blanket envelops you under its weight, the Abrìc seating collection is wrapped up within its upholstery and cushions for a cozy look inspired by covers.
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Made from solid brass, the Zymbel candelabra features four concave discs that can be adjusted to form a dramatic way of both amplifying and reflecting light.
Reference is minimal bookend created by Brooklyn-based industrial designer Henry Julier. His work is guided by a strong belief in design as a problem-solving tool, as a way of recognizing and forming relationships between ideas and reality, and as a method for improving the connections between people and the products they use.
With everyone being plugged into their devices 24/7, it’s hard to remain connected to people in real life.
Snøhetta takes vacationing in the woods to higher heights (pun intended) with an additional cabin to their Treehotel, a collection of seven guest suites nestled high up in the pine forest of Northern Sweden.
Babies spend such a finite amount of time in a crib making the high cost of them seem almost pointless.
As VITA Copenhagen says, “see everything in a new light this year!” To help with that, they’ve launched their Acorn lighting collection, where serenity and elegance meets with hygge culture.
Tangled cords are a daily earphone annoyance which makes Bluetooth models an appealing option. Shane Li has created a concept that not only keeps your cords neat, it has a built-in power bank that charges the earphones while you’re carrying them around.
Terra cotta pots are the long used standard when it comes to growing plants but by the time you add the plants, they can be quite heavy.
With its short distance from Los Angeles, Palm Springs is a popular locale for those looking to escape the urban sprawl for a little bit of laid back paradise.