During this year’s ICFF, Council debuted a three piece collection from Branch that’s made up of a bar height stool, a low stool, and a coffee table.
The Canal House, a historic loft on one of the Dutch canals in Amsterdam, was recently refurbished by Houtwerk BV, using the design of Witteveen Architecten.
We first heard about Technology Will Save Us in 2014, and were delighted by their twist on DIY kits combining technology and DIY to get people of all ages learning about tech.
We head back to WantedDesign 2016 to give you Part 2 of our favorite designs from this year’s show. Take a look as we head back in to wrap up coverage of NYCxDESIGN.
Plato Design created a lighting system that lets the user customize the design to satisfy their needs thanks to its modular design and magnetic connections.
Designer Runa Klock was raised on the western coast of Norway and now calls Oslo home, running her studio from the city’s center.
Japan is already renowned amongst aquarists for the segment of stunningly composed freshwater landscapes known as aquascapes, underwater arrangements combining the culture’s deep rooted affinity for naturalistic wabi-sabi composition and carefully groomed landscapes with aquarium gear.
We recently got word about Mexico-city based artist and designer Paul Fuentes and boy are we glad! His work is a fun mixture of pop art and surrealism in vibrant color.
“If your most interesting, well-traveled friend just visited Tokyo and Stockholm, what would he/she bring back?
We’re wrapping up our coverage of this year’s ICFF where we hunted down the best modern furniture and accessories we could find.
For those with a keen eye for French design with international influences: you’ll love Marie Christine Dorner’s collection for Ligne Roset.
Polarity Collection is a line of minimalist accessories created by New York-based designers Visibility for Visual Magnetics.
Nursery furniture has pretty much been the same for years: cribs, bassinets, rockers, changing tables… and the challenge to most modern manufacturers is how to design these items in new ways.
Omar Gandhi Architect Inc., who worked in collaboration with Design Base 8, designed Rabbit Snare Gorge, a cabin in Nova Scotia (Canada).
We visited one of our NYCxDESIGN week favorites, WantedDesign, an exhibition curated by Odile Hainaut and Claire Pijoulat that brings some of the best up-and-coming talent from around the world.
James Turrell transformed the Guggenheim into a tripped-out color-changing alien space ship in 2013. Right now, he’s showcasing his first experiments with light at Pace Gallery in two locations in New York.
While at ICFF, we took note of MATERIA, a New York-based design studio that focuses on furniture, lighting and objects that amplify the natural beauty of materials such as stone, brass, calfskin, parchment, steel, porcelain and wood.
It’s hard to find a good-looking, high-quality modern hammock—trust us, we’ve been searching. One of the nicest looking collections we’ve spotted was from Lujo, the New Zealand-based company that offers high-quality outdoor lounge furniture.
The MIX&MATCH collection by GAN is a collaboration designed by ceramic artist Flavia Del Pra, that reinvents the classic serving tray through a series of models.
Located in Somers about an hour from Melbourne, Residence J&C is a holiday beach house designed by Open Studio Pty Ltd Architecture for a couple, their dog, and the occasional visitors.