Dalliances with the worlds of architecture, fashion, and industrial design mean that automobile brands are now creating products for entire lifestyles.
Author: Shannon Sharpe
A quest for educational legacy provided the inspiration for Centro, a design and creative industries university in Mexico City.
At the Cedarsong Nature School, the classroom is a forest.
An architectural mind-set is proving to be a valuable tool in the fashion world for this young designer.
Situated behind the Secretariat Building, the newly opened UN Food Gardens will produce herbs, vegetables, and fruits, all to demonstrate the importance of self-sufficiency.
An unorthodox take on acoustic panels reveals a very Scandinavian appeal.
Umbra’s new redesigned showroom in Toronto embodies the brand’s mission to foster young talent.
A love affair with metal provided the inspiration for the lighting designer’s solo career.
García Cumini Associati fashion a pendant lamp that seems to be missing a key component—a light bulb.
The jewelry designer has spent the last 25 years pushing the boundaries of style.
Underneath the playful antics of the British duo's mind-bending, tongue-tickling lies an architectural rigor.
The New York restaurant transforms a Chelsea warehouse into a sumptuous dining experience.
Philips Lighting’s tiles glow with wayfinding, colors, patterns, and even the news.
As luxury fashion brands begin to cultivate entire lifestyles, crossovers with architecture, product, and interior design become ever-more exciting.
A recent Pratt panel discussed the merits and emphases of restaurant design.
By exploring a wide range of avant-garde technologies, including bio-printing and touch-sensitive audio waves, the Dutch designer is pushing the boundaries of fashion.