The new Becca collection, which includes a sofa, settee, and club chair, prioritizes comfort, warmth, and simplicity.
Author: Ethan Tucker
Fernando Mastrangelo Studio and Brook Landscape collaborated on a tiny house that combines unusual materials, lush landscaping, and an eco-friendly message to visitors.
Brooklyn, the city's most populous borough, is as much a draw during NYCxDesign as Manhattan.
New lighting products, including from Casper, offer warmer color temperatures, which affect circadian rhythms and wellness in general.
Based in Bloomington, Indiana, the studio has particularly found success with its organic, live-edge tables made with sustainably sourced domestic hardwoods.
Kelly Storrs, the potter behind the wheel at the Woodstock, New York–based Lowland, says her work draws from the cyclical nature of life-forms.
The show will honor Renaissance master Leonardo Da Vinci—who passed away 500 years ago this year—with a series of installations. Multiple brands will also be echoing Da Vinci's humanistic ideas.
A collaboration with Norm Architects, the workplace-focused collection unites Allsteel’s experience in manufacturing with Norm’s expertise in crafting wooden furniture.
Brooklyn lighting designers Rich Brilliant Willing has teamed up with manufacturer OLEDworks to develop a futuristic, bendable lighting panel.
“We no longer can only rely on personal productivity, but rather on social productivity," the product designer and founder of Feiz Design Studio says.
For the design of the school's Ross School of Business, the firm relied on a custom extruded terra-cotta rainscreen to create a highly-textured facade.
Neri Oxman, Blu Dot, Weiss/Manfredi, and more will receive the Smithsonian Design Museum's highest design honor at a ceremony this fall.
The campus, set within a dense forest north of Oslo, will include a variety of buildings inspired directly by planets and their orbits.
In the new system, called Arrangements, individual elements can be combined and recombined to create one-of-a-kind lighting displays.
The Louise-Catherine, a Parisian barge transformed by the Modernist icon into a homeless shelter, sank due to unprecedented rainfall last month.
Kravis, a renowned collector of industrial design and founder of the Kravis Design Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma, passed away this week after a long illness.