For this Brooklyn-based design trio, experimentation precedes conversation.
From potters to politicians, everyone today wants to be called a maker. What can designers really expect from this ideologically hazy movement?
The Portuguese designer is also a consummate craftsman, building his own finely detailed but thoroughly modern furniture.
A look at the fresh crop of American design entrepreneurs
An increasingly robust body of research, conducted by an emerging generation of architects and designers, points the way to new methods of building and making.
A third-generation aluminum fabricator reinvents itself by opening up to design.
A new Danish group believes design can make the world a better place—one swinging drinks tray at a time.
Charles de Lisle's wild ride as an award-winning designer is fueled by a deep love for making.
Creating a library of digital tools for users and makers
The Los Angeles–based collaborative combines digital expertise with a real affinity for the physical tools of making.
Based in Long Island City, these architect-trained digital fabricators bill themselves as “designers who make things.”