A Paris hotel opens its doors to its neighborhood and the colorful creatives who work there.
The latest iteration of the Cooper Hewitt Design Triennial tackles the age-old problem: how do we define beauty?
The writer and critic reveals his nostalgia for an older Paris, mourns the city's disappearing café culture, and touches on the urban defects of neoliberalism.
Recently renovated, the Lawrence Public Library is a sunlit amalgam of reading spaces, maker spaces, and tech areas.
Ludwig Leo’s bold embrace of modernity and willingness to experiment make a reexamination of his work especially timely.
Karim Rashid’s iconic trashcan debuted 20 years ago. Does its message still hold up?
A new retrospective champions the architect-designer Josef Frank's philosophy of "Accidentism."
The organizers of the long-overdue symposium explain how the event addressed social injustice through design.
Danish wood-flooring company Dinesen’s new showroom in Copenhagen exhibits the versatility of its chosen material.
Dyson brings its innovative touch to yet another household electronic: the humidifier.
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