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Magic Calendar by Kosho Tsuboi Connects Paper With Your Phone


Product designer Kosho Tsuboi once lived in a zen monastery temple. In the process, the young graduate became more profoundly aware of the relevance of time and the tactile in shaping and defining the human experience.

An Artistic Escape Awaits in San Jose del Cabo’s Hotel El Ganzo


Mexico’s Baja California peninsula’s reputation as a sordid spring break partying scene isn’t completely undeserved.

Six New Products From ziinlife That Are Studies in Angles


Based in Shanghai, ziinlife has become one of the fasted growing brands in China since its 2013 incarnation.

The 14th Factory: An Art Exhibition Transformed Into An Adventure


A new art exhibition has just arrived to downtown Los Angeles. Created by artist Simon Birch (with the help of 16 interdisciplinary artists from China, Hong Kong, the US, the UK, and Canada), The 14th Factory is an independent, non-profit initiative that consists of large-scale multi-media experiences that Birch hopes will create dialogue and change for social impact.

Koolhaas Takes on Bad Design Villains in LA


His Möbius shoe shot him to fame in 2003 and Rem D. Koolhaas became widely known as the designer of the first high heel that crossed over from fashion design to industrial design.

Extremis Takes the Picnic Table to a Whole New Level


I’m sure most of us have spent a chunk of our childhood and more sitting on those basic wood picnic tables that are not only uncomfortable but they’re awkward to climb into, especially if you’re wearing a dress.

Miniature Test Tube Sculptures By Rosa de Jong


Micro Matter, an A’ Design award winning project by Rosa de Jong, is meant to transport you into new worlds, all wrapped in a tiny test tube.

Free Float: A Modern Pool House in Sands Point, New York


The UP Studio was hired when a family of four longed to build a pool cabana that favored the style of their neo-traditional house in Sands Point, New York.

Poliform Releases Mondrian Collection from Jean-Marie Massaud


Jean-Marie Massaud recently designed the Mondrian sofa and coffee table series for luxury Italian brand Poliform.

Listen to Episode 26 of Clever: Derek Chen of Council Design


In this episode of Clever, furniture designer, engineer and manufacturer Derek Chen identifies his childhood in the midwest as the origin of his love for American design, details how he transitioned from his first career as a management consultant to his second career as the CEO and Design Director of Council, a modern American furniture brand, and celebrates the merits of Chitty Chitty Bang Bang as a model of ingenuity.

StolenForm’s Ceramics Take Inspiration from Materials Found on the Streets


London-based StolenForm began in 2012 by designer/maker Christian Marsden who found inspiration all around the urban environment from years of walking the city’s streets.

Link Pendant by hollis+morris


Combining solid wood and metal, hollis+morris designed a minimalist pendant fixture that was inspired by the “purity and strength” of nautical hardware.

Artist Xuan Chen’s Wall Sculptures Explore Light and Space Movement


When your parents name you after the Chinese ink-brush Xuan paper, it seems inevitable that you would grow up to be an artist.

L Residence: A Monochromatic Modern Apartment in Taichung


Z-AXIS DESIGN used a color palette of black, white, and grey tones to design this 100 square meter (approx.

Cabinets Inspired by the Agave Plant and the Making of Mezcal


As the craft cocktail industry has taken off, have you noticed mezcal rising in popularity as well? It seems to be popping up everywhere in the U.S.

The Nostalgic Apron-Front Sink Makes a Modern Comeback


The following post is brought to you by BLANCO. Our partners are hand-picked by the Design Milk team because they represent the best in design.

Samsung’s ‘The Frame’ by Yves Béhar Displays Artful Content


The partnership between Korean electronics giant Samsung and Yves Béhar’s design firm fuseproject continues to be a fruitful, if not unexpected creative outlet for envisioning the television beyond an electronic device.

A Table with Bases Similar to Hooped Underskirts from the 1830s


Designed by Alain Gilles for Bonaldo, the Mass collection of tables references the hooped underskirts, or crinoline, that were worn under women’s dresses in the 1830s.

Alien-Like Planter Lights From Goula / Figuera Studio


You might have been able to tell that we weren’t completely sure what to call these. Viride is so unique and interesting that we haven’t even gotten a name for them yet.

A Minimalist House Designed for a Couple Desiring a Downsize


When a couple in Seattle decided to pare down and simplify their lifestyle, they hired Suyama Peterson Deguchi to design a minimalist house that still felt like home but without all of the excess.


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