These days, it’s really easy to pop into our corner coffee shop to get a cup of coffee, but that’s not always convenient or cost effective.
When you see the before photos (at the bottom), it’s hard to believe where this project started and where it is now – night and day.
British design house Kukka released a new series of geometric wares in bold splashes of color. Ridges, which includes wall-mounted shelves and matching trays, explores metal as a material and all the things you can do with it when using metal folding technology.
While Angela Adams has expanded the company well beyond the rugs they’ve been known for, they continue to release new collections of them that are always gorgeous and surprising in the best possible way.
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Launched in 2015 by Arper, Parentesit is a collection of modular wall panels, designed by Lievore Altherr Molina, that not only aid in reducing sound, they add a geometric, decorative element to your space.
It’s not too often these days I find myself partaking in the stress/thrill of trying to purchase sneakers on launch day. I leave waiting in line in lawn chairs and tents for the young and determined, and even online, I tend to go for the low hanging fruit of footwear that I can purchase with just a few clicks of my mouse.
We’ve seen dog-friendly offices before, but Kurgo might take the cake, er chew toy, so we decided to share the space today because it happens to be Take Your Dog To Work Day.
In its 4th year, the WestEdge Design Fair returns to the Barker Hangar in Santa Monica, California November 3-6, 2016.
Part of artist Olafur Eliasson’s latest exhibition, Waterfall is a massive, life-size replica of an actual waterfall that almost doesn’t seem real.
Vika Mayzel is a young Israeli designer who recently graduated from Shenkar College of Engineering and Design in Israel.
Photo by Mike Roelofs Dutch duo Daphna Isaacs Burggraaf and Laurens Manders are the pair behind Daphna Laurens, an Eindhoven-based design studio they founded in 2008.
The boiling hot days of summer are upon us meaning plenty of outdoor time. Hopefully some of that time includes a bit of relaxing and reflecting as you try to stay cool.
It’s been a while since we rounded up some musically-inspired artwork from the Society6 artist community and since I’ve been grooving to a lot of awesome new stuff lately, here are some complementary products to get you in the mood: Music art print by Dreamshade Music iPad Mini case by // STUDIOFINA // Music, Everywhere print by Florent Bodart / Speakerine Retro Music Mix, Cassette bag by Barruf Designs Music robot unisex v-neck tee by Bajibaj Music Mosaic iPhone case by Koivo What have you been listening to a lot lately?
Ammar Kalo, of Kalo, designed the Multi-Tier Shelf that fits together without the need of any hardware connections.
The Land of Nod, the one-stop-shop for everything a baby or child might need, continues their partnerships with independent designers that offer unique spins on kids furniture and decor.
London-based designer Michael Anastassiades describes his work as “minimal, utilitarian and almost mundane, yet full of vitality one might not expect”.
Konstantin Grcic has created a functional system that’s an alternative to your typical office desks. Designed for Vitra, Hack offers an unfinished look at first sight with its raw wooden panels but then you discover its adaptability and functionality making them practical for office environments. Hack’s height adjustment feature allows users to stand while they work, sit at a traditional height desk, or lower to the bottom for lounging.
Macbeth is a minimal design created by San Francisco-based designer Kebei Li. The light is a cost-effective task lamp that features a sliding Fresnel lens module for precision beam angle control that was inspired by theatrical lighting, which often uses Fresnel lenses for beam adjustment. Macbeth uses only a minimal set of hardware to provide a similar degree of versatility.
We headed over to Bucharest for the fourth annual Romanian Design Week with no real expectations – Romania was a blank canvas in our minds, ready to be informed, inspired and educated – and Romanian Design Week delivered in bucket loads.