Gander’s practice is twofold, straddling conceptual and industrial design: He develops restrained commercial editions under a moniker and imaginative sculptural work under his own name.
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.
The Asheville, North Carolina–based design duo Shelter Collective grounds its practice in the personal and place-based.
From Florence Knoll–inspired textiles to innovative 3D-printed objects, this year demonstrated the breadth and depth of contemporary design.
The New York–based company just opened its first Soho pop-up store, which will stay open through January.
Mastrangelo recently turned his studio into a showroom for up-and-coming designers, though he isn't the only one exploring this new formula.
Metropolis showcased four emerging talents in a vibrant installation at NeoCon 2017.
International aid organization Communitere proposes an alternative model for disaster relief by linking communities with vital tools and technology.
Tel Aviv-based start-up Tikkun Olam Makers (TOM) hosts maker-marathons to brainstorm a new generation of assisted devices.
Hurricane Sandy was the catalyst that inspired artists DB Lampman and Scott Van Campen to transform their studio into a community-oriented makerspace.
Starting May 5, the Brooklyn-centric show will feature designers ranging from fresh-faced label Ot/tra to established favorites, like Casa Kids, Think Fabricate, Aimée Wilder, and Todd Bracher.
The relationship between digital technology and craft underwent a rapid transformation from antagonistic to symbiotic in the past decade. Now a vanguard of makers, entrepreneurs, and institutions is taking the next step.
These innovative projects, all at different points on their timeline, could use a little kick, and a lot of support.
Photographer Nick Ballon captures stunning images of Maharam leather being processed in Italy.
The city's tragic fire has inspired debate about how we can plan safe, non-standard spaces that creatives will want to work and live in.
Supportive local initiatives and tight-knit creative communities are increasingly attracting young architects and designers to America's Southern cities.
A short film explores the work of Cas Holman, a designer whose non-gender specific toys inspire children to use their imaginations and work together.
Founded in 2015, MADWorkshop inspires young designers to just "make things"—be it homeless shelters or modular furniture—and make a difference.
In Canada’s largest city, three urban strategists argue that manufacturing desperately needs to make its return to urban cores.
For this Brooklyn-based design trio, experimentation precedes conversation.