Tectum is one of only 21 products certified by the International Living Future Institute under the Living Product Challenge Imperative, and the list’s only acoustic panel.
The 58th edition of the Salone del Mobile is a veritable menagerie of furnishings.
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.
Spaces that can accommodate a variety of functions—from working to social gatherings and meditation sessions—are becoming the norm.
The Suave collection, for Spanish outdoor furniture company Vondom, represents the first time his studio has worked with polyurethane (PU) injection molding technology
Kitchen and bath products are embracing the moment’s more-is-more take on modernism.
Metropolis interviews experts from Perkins+Will, ZGF, and HOK about navigating the plethora of industry- and product-specific sustainability certifications.
The facade of flooring company Interface's new HQ doesn't just symbolize biophilia: It mimics the dappled light created by a forest canopy.
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Esoterica is back, and with it the archetypes of so-called sacred geometry.
The paint company forecasts that its subdued gray shade "Metropolitan AF-690" will be a prominent interior trend to watch next year.
Bitters helped define an expressive, even carnal side of modern Californian clayware; this Heath collection echoes his raw and dramatic sculpted works.
We highlight standout designs across five trends from the annual ceramics extravaganza in Bologna, Italy.
Au courant echoes of Michael Thonet’s No. 14 chair, with its strongly vegetal origins, have cropped up in cane, bamboo, and bentwood products.
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.
A collaboration with Norm Architects, the workplace-focused collection unites Allsteel’s experience in manufacturing with Norm’s expertise in crafting wooden furniture.
The brand's Fiammato tiles use small slices of millefiori, a uniquely Venetian pattern created by bundling and slicing glass rods.
These designs from Architex, KnollTextiles, Camira, nanimarquina, Bernhardt Textiles, and more, eschew rigid grids and crisp edges for a softer look.
These new rugs—designed by Ghislaine Viñas, Mae Engelgeer, and Patricia Urquiola—are defined by splashy hues and unconventional form.
The annual reveal coincides with the company's 75th anniversary and features a series of special collections, including throwback re-editions and updated staples.