A groundbreaking new study from McKinsey & Company shows that companies who invest in good design reap major fiscal rewards.
The futuristic, concrete-clad outpost of the London-based design museum is part of a larger effort to attract tourists to Dundee's burgeoning waterfront.
The boat project, created using a marbling technique and sponsored by the Public Art Fund, will visit docks around New York this summer.
With a new customizable lighting system for Vibia, the industrial designer Toan Nguyen finds poetry in mathematics.
A clean, geometric twist on a classic fixture brings the faucet into the modern kitchen.
The studio's recently-released tile collection with Decoratori Bassanesi is just the latest in an ongoing exploration of materials and their visual effects.
Kravis, a renowned collector of industrial design and founder of the Kravis Design Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma, passed away this week after a long illness.
Working in collaboration with London's V&A Museum, the institution aims to be a “social space” for the local community and design professionals alike.
Our editors select the best design-minded gifts of the season as part of an on-going series this week.
SuperDesign, curated by Maria Cristina Didero, is on view at R & Company in New York City through January 4.
Dubbed "Relativity of Color," the tableware collection goes on view at the studio's first solo exhibition in New York City.
The Rochester Institute of Technology’s senior studio Metaproject is a lesson and exercise in market reality.
From Burberry to the burkini, the museum spotlights the cultural significance of clothing for the first time in seven decades.
Today marked the final day of Maison & Objet, the bi-annual furniture and interior design fair in Paris.
At the 10th annual Radical Innovation Awards, two worthy finalists presented their visions for the hotel of the future—including an idea for a flying drone hotel.
These five projects encapsulate how hospitality design principles are being used to create welcoming, warm, cutting-edge healthcare spaces.
When Betsky wrote Building Sex over 20 years ago, he thought architecture and interior design's gender issues would be more or less resolved by now. He was wrong.
Editor in chief Susan S. Szenasy reflects on the promise and potential of architecture in the midst of a divisive political season.
Scottsdale’s Museum of the West is not only a repository of regional culture but also a catalyst for an urban community.
Photographer Laurian Ghinitoiu takes us through Herzog & de Meuron's Schaudepot at the Vitra Campus in Weil am Rhein, Germany.