Our fantastic friend Susan Serra, CKD, CAPS shares a few exciting new innovations and trends in modern kitchen design. Observing kitchen design trends from year to year can be all about nuanced changes, and kitchen trend spotting for 2014 is no different.
This week, I had my picture taken so I started thinking about portraits… here are some fun portraits that I like created by members of Society6′s artist community.
Ever think about those old TVs we used to have long before our beloved flat panels? Those big, boxy television sets, along with computer monitors, were outfitted with Cathode Ray Tubes (CRT) that are now overtaking landfills with about 860 million pounds of waste because they’re extremely hard to recycle.
In this house, things tend to pile up quickly. Specifically, on my desk – I’ll spare you the “before” picture.
Back in 2011 Lytro caught the photography world by surprise by introducing a camera unlike any other, a rectangular monocular with the capability of instantly refocusing focal points of photographs at the tap of a screen.
Michiel Cornelissen is always coming up with the most clever designs that I really want to own. His latest is a 3D printed lamp that’s kind of like a flexible textile.
Coleraine Residence is a minimalist house located in Montreal designed by Naturehumaine. The project was completed for a real estate developer on the corner of a quaint residential neighborhood. One of the major impediments of the project was maintaining the two-row house requirement on an 8.7-meter lot without sacrificing natural lighting.
Sun Rising Lamp is a peaceful creation from Japanese design firm, h220430. In Japan, it’s a tradition for people to worship at sunrise on the beginning of the year, with new spirits and hopes and recite their New Year’s resolution.
To get your garden ready just in time for summer means watering your plants. Make it more fun with the help of one of these ten modern watering cans.
What once was the Saint-Denys-du-Plateau church in Montreal has now become the Monique-Corriveau Library with the help of Dan Hanganu and Côté Leahy Cardas Architects.
designersblock is known for popping up in interesting empty buildings, and this year occupied La Galleria della Moda, a shopping arcade in Milan’s San Gregorio district that has been closed for 20 years.
For over two decades, artist Vik Muniz has meticulously arranged and photographed things to look like other things: portraits in dripped chocolate, monsters out of caviar, and “paintings” from warehouses full of junk.
Darono, a Portuguese home brand, recently debuted their new pieces for the home this past January at Maison & Objet.
The lightweight and stackable Strap Chair was designed by Scholten & Baijings for French furniture maker Moustache, to celebrate their 5th anniversary.
Never has wallpaper made me squee quite like All The Fruits new Cut & Paste wallpaper collection. I’m one of those people who has a hard time making up their mind when it comes to long-term commitment so the fact that this wallpaper is a mix of various colors and patterns makes my indecisive heart really happy.
Google has been playing slow and careful when it comes to rolling out Google Glass beyond a small, albeit passionate, community of early-adopters and developers known as Explorers.
The SaloneSatellite was launched in 1998 to bring together the most promising new designers from all over the world and immediately became an incubator of young creative talent.
Rodger Stevens is an artist and sculptor that creates epic sculptures out of many different materials including steel, wire, and iron.
It never fails – Gus* Modern always launches the most amazing new pieces of furniture during High Point Market, and this year they brought it with some innovative sofas and tables.
In September 2013, Netherlands-based designer Marcel Ossendrijverof M.OSS Design, started Blend&Blender with his girlfriend.