Modern furniture design meets sculptural jewelry in this stunning collaboration between design studio PELLE and jewelry designer Russell Whitmore of Erie Basin.
Located on the top floor of a high rise building in Odessa, Ukraine, the Over O apartment floats above the city with panoramic views of the surrounding area.
Like a delicate piece of jewelry, AlexAllen Studio’s CHORD light fixture radiates brilliance and elegance in your home instead of on your body.
Taking the idea of all people are connected by at least six steps or less from each other, artist Charles Kalpakian was inspired to create his latest collection, Six Degrees of Separation.
Tokyo-based Hokuto Ando and Toshiya Hayashi make up the design studio we+ and their latest project, Drought, explores a natural dehydrating process.
Israeli-born, Manhattan-based Sharon Blaustein heads up the full-service interior design firm, B Interior.
At its core, furniture serves a practical function but when designers are able to incorporate a playful aspect to it, it becomes that much more enjoyable to use.
As much as I rely on my phone and apps to keep me organized, there’s nothing quite as satisfying as crossing something off my to do list in my notebook or brain-dumping into my bullet journal.
Bureau Fraai completed renovations on a 1950’s farmhouse in Aalten, Gelderland, The Netherlands, while also adding a modern extension onto the home’s existing barn.
We last heard from New York City-based Coil + Drift a year ago, and now they’re back with new pieces that feature their signature streamlined look and minimal design.
The secret to becoming a capable cook is grasping the consistent use of heat in relation to its application ingredients used.
Bernhardt Design is no stranger to bringing on established designers for collaborations and their latest approach makes a slight, but incredible, variation.
Expanded and updated for its second year, Furnishing Utopia: Shaker Design Influence Now explores the significance of Shaker design on modernism and its context within today’s global design community.
This is the second our Made in London series of films about London-based makers by filmmaker William Scothern.
We’ve shared capsule hotels before (see here and here) but this hospitality concept has made its way across the pond to Napoli, a first for Italy.
As its name might suggest, Ultraframe is a study in well, frames. Newly debuted by UM Project, Ultraframe explores texture, material, and structure at the joining of function and fiction.
It’s been nearly a decade – June 29, 2007, to be precise – since Apple first released the very first iPhone…and with it came along a whole industry of accessories designed to protect and personalize the smartphone.
Jouw is taking the art of dining to a whole new level. At first glance, these might seem more like a strange toolkit, but in fact, it’s a collection of unique cutlery that begs for experimentation.
Designed by MUT Design for Expormim, the Twins family began with just two armchairs and has now grown to include a new sofa and footrest, each with their own personality.
Those who are fans of minimalist designs will love these refined, reflective mirrors made of concrete.