Released last May, Original BTC’s Art Deco–influenced Mini Globe Wall Light is the latest evidence of the brand’s recipe for success: revivifying British-made product lines with sleek and accessible industrial styling.
Open Style Lab, in Collaboration With Parsons School of Design, Helps Prove Accessibility Is Fashion Forward
The semester-long universal design program sees students work with a client to co-create bespoke wearables, all culminating with a showcase presentation.
The new Becca collection, which includes a sofa, settee, and club chair, prioritizes comfort, warmth, and simplicity.
Creatures Made to Measure: Animals and Contemporary Design explores multiple perspectives on our immensely complex relationship with the animal kingdom.
Flexible and elegant lighting solutions can be tough to find, but these designs from the likes of HAY, Pablo, FLOS, and Martinelli Luce shine the way.
The 20-strong, Copenhagen-based practice's relationship-centered approach is clearly working, as the firm’s growing portfolio attests.
Made with a satin base weave, the Fourtis textile features a two-color construction and a black warp that works best for an earthy palette.
The conference, a cross-industry event that was hosted in Seattle from April 30–May 3, is an outgrowth of the Living Building Challenge certification program.
These 8 products—from Moooi, Egg Collective, Tom Dixon, Marsotto Edizioni, and others—embody the recent design trend of stacking forms and shapes.
Our selection of shows cover a wide range of topics, from the origins of Modernist graphic design to the history of the global Chinese diaspora.
The exhibition An Accelerated Culture at Friedman Benda explores the shared ideas and narratives of Gen X designers, from Konstantin Grcic to Michael Anastassiades, Julia Lohmann, and more.
All the major design destinations you need to know for this year's NYCxDesign, from furniture fairs to installations and creative hubs.
WantedDesign's founders Odile Hainaut and Claire Pijoulat discuss why a platform for socially and environmentally responsible design is so important.
The inaugural exhibit, which closed yesterday, offered more than 200 works from 32 galleries.
Metropolis speaks to six firms and individuals who are shaping the city's built environment and design scene.
Brooklyn, the city's most populous borough, is as much a draw during NYCxDesign as Manhattan.
See just a few of the sights and destinations that await you in Manhattan's Design Districts, which are located in NoMad, Soho, Tribeca, as well as Downtown Manhattan.
The Architectural League Prize for Young Architects + Designers—now in its 38th year—recognizes exemplary work from six rising practices in North America.
At the Milanese fair, the marriage of technological advancement and design innovation was on full display with literal major wattage.
Studio INI's Urban Imprint installation at the A/D/O design center will invite visitors to push back—quite literally—on reality.