We fell hard for the French-born Camille Walala last year after spending the day with her in her adopted hometown of East London.
Located just outside of Seattle in Greenwater, Washington, near Mt. Rainier is a new 2-bedroom residence designed by Robert Hutchison Architecture.
The first semester students from the ‘Design in der Digitalen Gesellschaft’ program at the University of Arts in Braunschweig, Germany took the centuries-old game of chess and gave it a modern, parametrically-designed facelift.
It was a few weeks ago while wandering the halls of the Los Angeles Convention Center during the annual Dwell On Design show when we happened upon what we believe might become the next best gift to give to anyone in the architectural field…or any imaginative child with the makings of becoming the next Renzo Piano or Zaha Hadid.
Shinya Yoshida is a Japan-based designer who specializes in designing furniture, accessories, and other necessities for the home.
For this week’s Friday Five, we reached out to Nigel Barker, celebrated fashion photographer, New York Times best-selling author, furniture designer, and AC Hotels by Marriott’s global brand ambassador.
It’s no surprise that more and more people are making the jump to standing desks with all the research out there proving that too much sitting is bad for our health.
There’s something oddly satisfying about looking at isometric art. In an isometric design, everything is drawn to have equal dimensions.
This Barcelona penthouse began much too dark with a layout that wasn’t conducive to a social family’s lifestyle. Interior architect Susanna Cots redesigned the interior by first focusing on incorporating more natural light by installing large windows by the patio and towards the street.
Design Milk was lucky enough to be given a ‘behind the scenes’ tour of the Carl Hansen & Søn factory in Denmark’s Gelsted by third generation owner Knud Erik Hansen.
When looking over the Fold Collection, from Brooklyn-based Uhuru, you might be surprised to find out what inspired it, but once you know, you can totally see it perfectly.
IN 2 is a minimalist residence located in Montréal, Canada, designed by Jean Verville architecte. The clients have a penchant for contemporary arts, theater, music and dance, as well as digital art, video, and installation.
You’d never guess from the outside of this immaculate Neo-Gothic facade built by Dutch architect Daniel Knuttel at the end of the 19th century that it houses the Conservatorium Hotel, a modern hotel in Amsterdam that used to be the site of a former music conservatory.
After years of hype, it’s fair to say the personal 3D printer revolution never arrived. The output and capabilities of smaller 3D printing appliances are still limited to simple and smaller items, while the software to design 3-dimensional objects has remained aloof to mainstream utility.
Do you remember Lincoln Logs from when you were a kid? That’s what immediately comes to mind, well that and log cabins, when taking a look at the Cabin Lounges from DesignByThem.
We stopped by west elm WORKSPACE during Neocon to find out more about their upcoming products and their innovative philosophy of “unofficing” the office—bringing it back to people and humanizing the workplace.
Scott Wilson, of design firm MNML, takes the idea of the age-old rocker and elevates it by giving it a modern spin.
Muller Van Severen created a series of cage-like outdoor loungers that are made with stainless steel netting.
Cat furniture has come a long way in the last few years, thanks to designers adding a level of design to its necessary function.
There are showrooms, and then there are showrooms. The new FLOS Scandinavia showroom in Denmark designed by OEO Studio is definitely the latter.