Metropolis interviews experts from Perkins+Will, ZGF, and HOK about navigating the plethora of industry- and product-specific sustainability certifications.
Arcs and circles are making an appearance in all manner of furnishings and accessories, restoring a sense of balance to the universe.
Box Life, designed by Rainlight for Scavolini, lets residents maximize storage and conceal appliances through a series of folding panels.
The annual reveal coincides with the company's 75th anniversary and features a series of special collections, including throwback re-editions and updated staples.
Deanna Comellini, the creative director for G.T. Design, took cues from history for the Italian rug company's latest offering, Volare.
From an animal-shaped cushion to a spiky mirror to a donut-inspired chair, these whimsical new accessories show that maximalism is back.
Today marked the final day of Maison & Objet, the bi-annual furniture and interior design fair in Paris.
Susan S. Szenasy talked with the principals of Houston-based Kirksey Architecture about design advocates and how material sustainability and building codes reflect regional conditions.
The new design of a run-down, underutilized building in the heart of Fargo, North Dakota leverages its historic value to rekindle interest in downtown Fargo.
Skidmore, Owings & Merrill is celebrating its 80th anniversary this year. Courtesy SOM © Ezra Stoller/Esto There are many reasons to celebrate architecture and design in the coming months as these venerable institutions, iconic products, and key texts mark an…
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With the help of local craftspeople, Sharon Davis designs a rural retreat in the Hudson Valley that privileges nature.
With architect Todd Saunders and designers Ineke Hans and Ilse Crawford as its advocates, the remote Fogo Island in Newfoundland, Canada, is forging a fresh identity to ensure its cultural and economic survival.