Since its founding 32 years ago, the studio has projected its designs onto projects of all types and scales, from the Times Square Ball to the space shuttle Enterprise.
A selection from the 20th-century collection, which includes pieces by Harry Bertoia, Robert Motherwell, the Eames, and more, will be auctioned on April 25.
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.
Fashion brand COS commissioned the 3.2-ton structure, which was designed by London-based architect Arthur Mamou-Mani.
At the Plant 7 design center, Beyond the Mask explores black and African diaspora design while Terra Incognita surveys contemporary experimentation in ceramics.
The Montreal-based lighting firm and Milan-based interior design studio created Caffè Populaire for Alcova’s Via Popoli Uniti venue.
Metropolis rounds-up eight objects that embody designers' love of this earthy, natural material.
The Lighting Research Center (LRC) is doubling down on efforts to educate designers and manufacturers about the potential impact light has on human health.
Mendini, a Milanese architect and designer, passed away at the age of 88 on February 18, a month shy of the reissue of his nine-track LP Architettura Sussurrante di Alessandro Mendini.
The show is a mid-career retrospective for Aamu Song and Johan Olin of COMPANY, a self-described “art and detective agency" that scours the world for local manufacturing secrets.
These five up-and-coming makers, from the Atlantic to the Pacific, are using textiles, lighting, and furniture to advance a conversation with heritage.
Kem Weber, whose work includes the Walt Disney Studios complex and numerous household and office products, fused European design concepts and American ideals of progress and industry.
A Rhode Island School of Design MFA graduate, Wertzberger relocated to Portland, Oregon for a job at Nike but subsequently started her own studio.
Black Mountain: An Interdisciplinary Experiment, 1933–1957 originally accompanied a 2015 exhibition by the same name at Berlin’s Hamburger Bahnhof.
Based in Bloomington, Indiana, the studio has particularly found success with its organic, live-edge tables made with sustainably sourced domestic hardwoods.
Founded in 2009 by Rhode Island School of Design (RISD) alumni Sara Ossana and Jonathan Glatt, O&G has made a name for itself with its line of heirloom-quality wooden furniture.
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 Puebla, Mexico–based studio works with local artisans to develop pieces that reference the country’s unique heritage of making while using clean forms that let their materials speak for themselves.
Like any good design company, Blu Dot is a master of problem solving, and two new chairs were carefully developed through extensive sketching, modeling, and prototyping.
The winners of the first Outcome of Design Awards set a new bar for design research, practice, and evaluation.