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Where I Work: Lucia Bartholomew of Electric Bowery

Where I Work: Lucia Bartholomew of Electric Bowery

Lucia Bartholomew of Electric Bowery gives us a peek inside her plant-filled world, as well insight into how she works.
The Muji Hotel Ginza Brings Anti-Cheap Design to Tokyo

The Muji Hotel Ginza Brings Anti-Cheap Design to Tokyo

Muji recently opened a hotel in Tokyo completely furnished in their signature modern organic simplicity.
Melanie Abrantes Designs Vases Made from Scrap Materials

Melanie Abrantes Designs Vases Made from Scrap Materials

Melanie Abrantes combined off-cuts of cork and hardwood with thrifted glass bottles to become functional pieces of art.
Bert Frank Releases New Lighting at Euroluce

Bert Frank Releases New Lighting at Euroluce

Luxury lighting brand Bert Frank presented new lines Flagon, Spate, Rote, Rift, Trave, and Tanto at this year's Salone del Mobile, Euroluce.
Moooi’s A Life Extraordinary Showcased New Designs at Salone

Moooi’s A Life Extraordinary Showcased New Designs at Salone

Moooi unveils a series of furnishings that fall right in line with the Dutch brand's ever-expanding whimsical collection.
A Toronto House Appears to Gaze Through Two Symmetrical Windows

A Toronto House Appears to Gaze Through Two Symmetrical Windows

Working with a tight budget, a narrow lot, and zoning regulations, this Toronto house comes together with a face-like design.
Studio davidpompa’s Origo Lighting Explores Geometry and Volcanic Rock

Studio davidpompa’s Origo Lighting Explores Geometry and Volcanic Rock

Origo combines volcanic rock and glass to form sculptural, geometric lighting.
Bang & Olufsen Unveils the Beovision Harmony in Milan

Bang & Olufsen Unveils the Beovision Harmony in Milan

Bang & Olufsen's $20,000 OLED television unveiled at Milan Design Week opens up with the graceful movement of butterfly wings.
COMPUTER 1.0 Marries Hand Woven Threads and Computer Code

COMPUTER 1.0 Marries Hand Woven Threads and Computer Code

For the past year and a half, artist Victoria Manganiello has been working with designer Julian Goldman on a project entitled COMPUTER 1.0.
Friday Five with Shelley Simpson

Friday Five with Shelley Simpson

Shelley Simpson, founder of Mud Australia, shares a few of her favorite things in this week's Friday Five.
Rina Lovko Studio Reimagines a Children’s Room for a Teenager

Rina Lovko Studio Reimagines a Children’s Room for a Teenager

A new bedroom with a soothing color palette and fun accessories that result in the perfect room for a growing teen.
Fritz Hansen Unveils Latest Collaboration with Jaime Hayon: Lounge Chair JH97

Fritz Hansen Unveils Latest Collaboration with Jaime Hayon: Lounge Chair JH97

Fritz Hansen collaborates with Jaime Hayon on a "typical" Danish lounge chair that is sculptural but light in form.
Society6 x Tattly: Artist-Designed Temporary Tattoos

Society6 x Tattly: Artist-Designed Temporary Tattoos

For Society6's latest collaboration, they joined forces with Tattly to turn their artists' illustrations into wearable art!
Woven Felt Becomes the 3D PLECTERE Acoustic Textile

Woven Felt Becomes the 3D PLECTERE Acoustic Textile

PLECTERE takes sound-absorbing to a beautiful level by weaving woolen felt strips into a 3D textile.
The Ryo Kan Boutique Hotel in Mexico City by GLVDK

The Ryo Kan Boutique Hotel in Mexico City by GLVDK

A minimalist boutique hotel located in Mexico City with 10 residences and a terrace that includes Japanese thermal baths.
Soho House Mumbai Adapts their Design Language to the “Beverly Hills of Bollywood”

Soho House Mumbai Adapts their Design Language to the “Beverly Hills of Bollywood”

This hotel proves that modern luxury interiors do not always have to feature white walls or minimalist furniture.
Toyota Teases and Pleases With 3D Anamorphic Sculpture

Toyota Teases and Pleases With 3D Anamorphic Sculpture

AR artist Michael Murphy's 200 piece floating 3D sculpture of the 2020 Toyota Highlander is nearly unbelievable...until you see it.
The New and Only Google Engineering Center in Latin America

The New and Only Google Engineering Center in Latin America

Latin America's only Google Engineering Center was designed with bold graphics, color, and lighting to create an inspiring workspace.
These Nendo Glasses Might Have Been Made by Beavers

These Nendo Glasses Might Have Been Made by Beavers

A glassware collection with marks that look as if a beaver's sharp teeth have chipped away at the base.
Brad Ascalon’s Island Incorporates Seating and Planters into Outdoor Settings

Brad Ascalon’s Island Incorporates Seating and Planters into Outdoor Settings

A collection of modular planters and seating are configured together to create islands in public spaces.