Lessons learned from The Open Style Lab's 10-week summer program, whose teams create wearables to address disabilities, at The New School's Parsons School of Design.
Digital fabrication and craft make this innovative lighting collection a perfect fit for the modern office.
An astounding 50 billion of those paper cups per year will end up in U.S. landfills because their material cannot be recycled or composted.
Deanna Comellini, the creative director for G.T. Design, took cues from history for the Italian rug company's latest offering, Volare.
Rooted, Revived, Reinvented: Basketry in America at the Houston Center for Contemporary Craft chronicles the history of baskets in the U.S., from their humble origins to contemporary art status.
Shimoda Design Group Experiments with Tactility, Color, and Pattern at Steelcase's New Chicago Showroom
“In this space, and in all the spaces that we do together, we really challenge you to see something differently, even though you’ve seen it many times before,” says Joey Shimoda.
Studio cofounders Susan Grossinger and Yorgo Lykouria have worked in architecture and interiors, but are now solely designing products, pure and simple.
The school teamed up with Care+Wear, a healthcare apparel company, to create a hospital gown that makes for a more dignified patient experience.
The German elevator manufacturer has developed technology that will not only reduce wait times, but expand design possibilities.
Brothers Jon and James Sholly are founders of the Indianapolis-based graphic design studio Commercial Artisan, so when they launched…
“Technology has spawned a futuristic and progressive view of enhanced productivity and leisure that is led by Californians.”
SuperDesign, curated by Maria Cristina Didero, is on view at R & Company in New York City through January 4.
The exhibit also celebrates Urquiola as this year’s recipient of the Design Excellence Award from Collab, the museum’s group that supports contemporary design.
Dubbed "Relativity of Color," the tableware collection goes on view at the studio's first solo exhibition in New York City.
Heartwork—founded in 2012—seeks to provide vibrant, stylish furnishings, but without sacrificing the functionality.
An upcoming exhibition looks at the ubiquitous architecture of scaffolding.
A new exhibition explores the reciprocal influences of both lands.
An ongoing retrospective at the Portland Art Museum celebrates the life and work of John Yeon, who was also a conservationist and landscape designer.
The V&A show takes a forensic look at the craftsmanship in Balenciaga’s most iconic styles, revealing why he is considered the master of fashion.
From hot air balloon travel to futuristic housing pods, inflatables have captured our imagination for the past three centuries.
Despite its flaws, the documentary Citizen Jane: Battle for the City is an entertaining call to action, and a reminder that when motivated individuals come together, a small corner of their world can change.
Carpenters Workshop Gallery's latest show features the limited edition light fixtures of multiple international artists and designers.
A behind the scenes peek at what makes BLANCO sinks beautiful and durable.
A new show at the Museum of the City of New York celebrates the city’s legacy of zoning.
For the special installation, artist Sarah Zapata married Marimekko prints with traditional Peruvian craft techniques.
How we work has a lot to do with where we work. A recent panel discussion judged that office acoustics play a major role in workplace productivity.
Susan S. Szenasy leads a panel discussion on the challenges and benefits of creating age-neutral office spaces for today’s employees.