Inspired by Vilamajó's unrealized furniture schematics, Uruguayan designer Matteo Fogale and his collaborators crafted a limited edition furniture collection on view at the London Design Festival.
Lenti's namesake company, famous for its outdoor furniture and exuberant color schemes, is celebrating its 25th anniversary with new releases and as-yet-undisclosed festivities.
Reacting against the increasingly derided minimalism of Nordic design, Spanish designers and manufacturers continue to drive the Continent’s rustic aesthetic.
Inspired by the lunar landscape, Austrian design duo transforms everyday flooring into something that's out of this world.
A new book gives readers a unique look at the great Danish designer’s watercolors, which convey the ingenuity of this 20th-century pioneer.
For Canada’s new National Music Centre, Allied Works Architecture crafted sculpture-like models. “It’s an art exploration,” says principal Brad Cloepfil. “I’ve avoided saying that forever, but it’s true.”
One of our picks for this year’s Holiday Gift Guide, Allbirds' fleeced shoes are the result of a partnership with a 150-year-old Italian wool mill.
Claudia Moreira Salles's latest collection is a departure for the Brazilian designer, in terms of both form and materiality.
This short film takes us inside the art and design studio CW&T, which produces everything from apps to buildings to jump ropes.
The newest entrant into the American contract textiles industry, Luum is based on artisanal approaches, material exploration, and a keen sense of how commercial spaces are evolving.
We check in on four fantastic designers in their studios as they prepare for NYCxDESIGN.
As art director of Vitra’s colors and materials, Hella Jongerius has spent a decade mastering shade and tone.
Design students at RIT are reimagining the modern office.
In an unlikely partnership with Maharam, the celebrated product designer brings his analytic rigor to textiles.
From Brooklyn to Bloomington, these ten creatives are changing the face of maker culture in the United States.
In a recent podcast, the architect spoke at length about BIG's evolving design approach.
In the course of developing textiles together, Maharam helps Scholten & Baijings articulate the story of their design process.
A look inside the small Italian factory responsible for sculpting soccer's top prize
A look at how the materials manufacturer plans to go carbon neutral and beyond.
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