Women Design includes a balance of prominent figures (Aino Aalto and Denise Scott Brown, for example) and lesser-known names (like Lora Lamm, a Swiss-born graphic designer).
This New Book Features 300 Notable Examples of Industrial Design by Masters and Forgotten Designers Alike
Industrial Design in the Modern Age also outlines the evolution of industrial design through a series of accessible essays by such experts as Juliet Kinchin, Pat Kirkham, and Cara McCarty.
New products by BuzziSpace, Muuto, Haworth, and more combine versatile, noise-reducing functionality with effortless style.
The debut issue of Take Shape, which centers on the re-use of lofts, features a mix of long-form journalism and critical essays.
Works by Filipowski, who helped bridge Bauhaus and American midcentury Modernism, will be on view at the Hostler Burrows gallery in New York on April 4.
While Hungarian émigré worked in a wide variety of media, her biggest claim to fame is her 186 cover illustrations for The New Yorker.
“Art Nouveau speaks to us now because of its high level of craftsmanship and inspiration from the natural world,” says Lau.
As workplace design increasingly takes cues from homes and hotels, contract companies are adapting by strategically pairing up with residential and lighting brands.
Girard, who was an avid traveler and folk art collector, photographed street life, architecture, outdoor markets, festivals, and more.
The exhibition, which uses a design lens to explore fashion's many functional, aesthetic, and social dimensions, will run from October 01, 2017 to January 28, 2018.
Nearly two in three office professionals believe that workplace design is equally as important or more important than the workplace location.
Today marked the final day of Maison & Objet, the bi-annual furniture and interior design fair in Paris.
A new book, "Marguerita Mergentime: American Textiles, Modern Ideas," explores this little-known designer's outsize influence.
Azusa Murakami and Alexander Groves of Studio Swine discuss their tremendously popular Salone del Mobile installation and the future of their practice.
Taipei's designation as this year's World Design Capital—chosen by the International Council of Societies of Industrial Design—is a recognition of the city's pioneering, design-led urban strategies.
"Samara" is leveraging the apartment sharing site’s community for good works—from boosting the economy of a Japanese town to providing pathways to legal work for refugees in Jordan.
Nina Stritzler-Levine, curator of "Artek and the Aaltos: Creating a Modern World," talks about Alvar Aalto and Aino Marsio-Aalto's productive partnership.
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.
In the 1930s, Alfred H. Barr Jr. and Philip Johnson became known as ambassadors of Modernism in North America, experimenting with Bauhaus concepts in both their work and their homes.
Next January, more than 300 abstract works and sculptures by the designer Irving Harper will go on sale.
The biennial's directors discuss how the event will act as R&D for architecture and design.
One of Modernism's great unsung heroes died Tuesday.
You don't know his name, but you definitely know his work: Irving Harper, the man behind George Nelson's Marshmallow Sofa.
James Mollison’s latest book and exhibition capture playgrounds from around the world.
The auction house will sell off pieces by designers such as Edgar Bartolucci, Alexander Girard, and Pierre Jeanneret.
In our golden era of design events, curator Zoë Ryan talks about preparing for the Istanbul Design Biennial, the relevance of manifestos, and more.
This year’s World Design Capital—the first in Africa— is bursting with energy, creativity, and reinvention.
An exclusive look at architect Knud Lonberg-Holm, the father of information design and one of Buckminster Fuller's greatest influences.
The late architectural historian assembled a large archive of documents devoted to the architect Knud Lonberg-Holm.
New products at NeoCon promise to make the daily grind easier.
Preview our exclusive June feature of this influential, but "invisible" designer.
The latest materials and finishes bring together great aesthetics, high performance, and smart technology.