Each book takes a unique look at how designers have embraced the challenge of creating products for the pint-size consumer.
While he may be most famous for midcentury furniture, chairs were only one part of the famed designer’s multi-hyphenate career.
From the flat-roofed house to the shopping mall, Minnesota was a dynamic proving ground for pioneering midcentury design ideas.
With the "White Collar Factory," Stirling Prize–winning AHMM Bets on the Industrial Past to Inspire Future Workspaces
Thanks to nine years of research, Allford Hall Monaghan Morris's design is a sophisticated response to important questions about the modern office.
The controversial Playboy founder democratized high design, argues architectural historian Beatriz Colomina.
The fashion designer delights in Royère's ability to be feminine and playful.
The textile company and the master architect collaborated in 1955. A new collection finds fresh purpose in those vintage designs.
An ongoing retrospective at the Portland Art Museum celebrates the life and work of John Yeon, who was also a conservationist and landscape designer.
In the 1950s, the editor-in-chief of Interiors magazine devoted pages upon pages to three designers in particular.
While reading archival copies of Interiors magazines, a student of interior design discovers how Gueft brought the profession into the 20th century, defining its future.
The grandchildren of muralist Paul Werneck, who collaborated with Oscar Niemeyer and Roberto Burle Marx, restore a Rio de Janeiro terrace to its original, funky glory.
A new book gives readers a unique look at the great Danish designer’s watercolors, which convey the ingenuity of this 20th-century pioneer.
Designed by Studio Tack, Scribner's new boutique hotel in the Catskills is a thoughtful take on the classic ski lodge.
Two new exhibits at the Museum of Art and Design take a fresh look at the career of mid-century artist and designer Harry Bertoia.
Warby Parker’s office perfectly reflects the eyewear company’s ethos—sophisticated but energetic.
A new exhibition sheds light on the famous designer’s rich, multidisciplinary career and interests.
Next January, more than 300 abstract works and sculptures by the designer Irving Harper will go on sale.
One of Arne Jacobsen’s most popular creations, the Series 7 chair from Fritz Hansen, gets a splash of color to mark its 60th anniversary.
One of Modernism's great unsung heroes died Tuesday.
You don't know his name, but you definitely know his work: Irving Harper, the man behind George Nelson's Marshmallow Sofa.