We asked leading practitioners to share their picks of the best products of the past 16 years. The following designs not only redefined conventional products but reshaped our lives.
Susan S. Szenasy leads a panel discussion on how to "hack" workplace design and the importance of hacking in the architecture and design industry.
In an unlikely partnership with Maharam, the celebrated product designer brings his analytic rigor to textiles.
Konstantin Grcic and Abet Laminati innovate a process that applies crystals to laminates with a light hand.
London's Design Museum has announced the seven winners of its annual Designs of the Year awards.
Maharam collaborates with three leading designers for its first independent collection of bags.
Herzog & de Meuron’s initial concept was modeled after the many famous artists’ studios on Long Island, essentially "a village of individual houses.”
In this month's issue, we profiled Muji creative director Kenya Hara's design venture, Architecture for Dogs. Hara paired big-name architects and designers like Kazuyo Sejima (of SANAA fame), Konstantic Grcic, and Toyo Ito with a dog breed, and challenged…
Twelve architects use their professional skills to relate better to their four-legged friends.