Originally released at Salone Satellite in 2000, TERRA! went on to be sold worldwide until 2005 when it was determined that producing it themselves was no longer feasible.
If you live in Southern California, then you know that spirituality is big out here… from palmistry and crystals, mystical ideas, to alchemy and the superstitious evil eye—all that jazz isn’t a new thing, but if you live elsewhere, you might see this trend creepin’ on in… I was inspired to create this Society6 collection after my trips to the desert here in SoCal.
We’re still in the dog days of summer which means plenty of outside time while the weather is nice. All of that outdoor play has us dreaming about playing on the playground when we were little.
Based in Amsterdam, product and furniture designer Andreas Kowalewski designed the first product for the newly launched German brand Caussa – the Wedge Table.
Debuting earlier this year, contemporary housewares brand OMMO set out to offer simple, functional products that are defined by their eastern and western influences.
For those who want a truly unique spin on their lighting, Shelter Bay offers the ability for anyone to completely customize their own lighting fixtures.
Strike Up Match Holder+Striker is a minimal design created by Seattle-based designers fruitsuper design.
There’s no lack of rumors, speculations, and hopes buzzing right now about Apple’s expected follow-up to their 1st generation smart timepiece, the Apple Watch.
What’s probably the worst thing about traveling? In my opinion, it’s being on vacation without feeling like you’re on vacation.
Bright, graphic, and fun, Stuff is a collection of quirky products for the home from Andrew Neyer. Whether it’s a cheeky comb-shaped candelabra or a giant cactus catch-all, each product brings efficient functionality with a witty spin to the home.
“The Keeper” at the New Museum is THE most surprising and powerful museum exhibition this summer. Equal parts wondrous and dark, it is a collection of collections (often of collections).
Exploring geometry and the mixing of both hard and soft materials, Outofstock designed a brand-new pendant lamp for Danish brand Bolia.
Italian brand Diemmebi recently launched the Zeroquindici.015 collection of outdoor furniture designed by architects and designers Alberto Basaglia and Natalia Rota Nodari.
After purchasing an apartment in a hip Prague neighborhood in 2009, a Czech media professional kept it mostly the same.
Portrait by Arthur Woodcroft In this episode of Clever, Lee Broom entertains Jaime and Amy with stories of being a child actor in a Shakespeare company, winning a fashion design competition that led to working with Vivienne Westwood, and designing the most expensive lightbulb you’ll ever buy.
Mexican design studio mob created two new table designs that were born from the concept of marrying materials while giving them a look inspired by Japanese ideology.
In an effort to explore the creative process and disrupt the status quo, Envisions is a Dutch collective that shows everything… Except the end result.
Sati Tala began as a final project for Tany Jarus who was looking for ways to establish meaningful moments and to be more present.
Over the years, we’ve highlighted the work of Samuel Wilkinson, a London-based industrial designer well-known for his watches, furniture, and home furnishings, like the Plumen 001 bulb and the Babylon Desk Set.
Ukrainian designer Dmitry Kozinenko explores the idea of implementing illusions into furniture design, as seen in his Field shelf which tricks the eye into thinking its contents are floating.