One upholstery textile in the collection, All Star, is an homage to the spattered-paint look that's cropping up in recent designs by high-fashion houses Maison Margiela and Gucci.
Imagined as a dollhouse brought to life, the exhibition features domestic objects by Wendell Castle, Soft Baroque, and others.
The Oscar-winner and Goop CEO partnered with CB2 to create a modern furniture and accessories collection inspired by her life.
Of the cohort of Modern designers working in postwar Italy, few rivaled Gio Ponti—either in sheer prolificacy or in blending industrial…
The Los Angeles-based design duo meticulously develops each of their products, fostering a unique blend of beauty and sustainability.
The Tokyo-based designer tells Metropolis about his design career, his creative process, and his new line of modular furniture for Arper.
The manufacturer teamed up with student designers at the Maine College of Art for the "Wood, Trees, and the Forest" competition.
The legendary designer and Le Corbusier collaborator broke the mold with her Modernist, male contemporaries, according to a show at Matthew Rachman Gallery.
There was no shortage of beautiful and cutting-edge design at this year's Salone del Mobile, which just concluded in Milan.
Whether deployed in residential, commercial, or hospitality spaces, the timeless, ever-functional side table offers designers a clean canvas upon which to experiment, while granting…
The new DeKauri Vanity combines a cabinet, sink, mirror, and fixtures into a single show-stopping piece of furniture.
Three furniture manufacturers from the Tar Heel State discuss how their companies have adapted to a shifting market.
The studio's recently-released tile collection with Decoratori Bassanesi is just the latest in an ongoing exploration of materials and their visual effects.
Within one year, Chong masterminded the development of ten contemporary furniture collections, all crafted by established and emerging designers.
The new products include a new table mirror from Normal Studio, a new chaise from Anderssen & Voll, and a new bar stool from designer Thomas Bentzen.
Steven Haulenbeek uses a material experimentation–driven process to fashion intensely-textured works.
As workplace design increasingly takes cues from homes and hotels, contract companies are adapting by strategically pairing up with residential and lighting brands.
In light of the passing of Florence Knoll Bassett, Metropolis has republished this 2017 article to our homepage.
The Detroit-based brand, known for its DIY leg brackets and flat-packed bed frame, is launching its Floyd Table today.
An appreciation of the beauty in an object’s true function drives the work of Studio Gorm.