The young Surat, India–based design trio has completed 60+ projects and has proved adept at balancing client demands, programmatic pressures, and spatial constraints.
The firm uses the kind of architectural process that it believes is possible only in Mumbai—thoughtful, iterative, and craft-led.
From a nonprofit revitalizing L.A.'s overlooked corners to a studio specializing in experiential graphic design, this year's New Talents feature multidisciplinary skill sets.
The Berlin-based designer is propelled by an intense interrogation of materials; her work ranges from table cloths to office interiors.
With a passion for environmental graphics, designer Joe Lawton has built a practice dubbed Media Objectives (M-O) within the architecture firm Valerio Dewalt Train Associates (VDTA).
New Talent 2018: Maria Jeglińska Examines the Social and the Political Though Her Products and Installations
The Warsaw-based designer and Konstantin Grcic alum interweaves social narratives and familiar household objects.
In a relatively short time, the Swiss-American duo have built up an impressive portfolio, slyly navigating one of the more problematic yet compelling aspects of practice.
The Los Angeles-based design duo meticulously develops each of their products, fostering a unique blend of beauty and sustainability.
The nimble L.A. practice seeks to unlock the city’s potential by conceiving policy solutions and reimagining unglamorous spaces throughout the basin.
Just as he’s wrapped his largest and greenest project to date, Thomas Kosbau’s brand of idealistic architecture is growing up.
The Minneapolis-based architects will install Hide & Seek, an immersive mirrored environment, in the museum’s courtyard this summer.
The studio is one of three experimental design studios that are putting the Twin Cities on the map.
Whether they’re creating a hospital in Zambia or Shaker-inspired objects in Oregon, these talents have what it takes to advance architecture and design.
With an approach that synthesizes pragmatism and whimsy, Peet’s designs reconsider the particularities of lighting and how it fills a space.
An appreciation of the beauty in an object’s true function drives the work of Studio Gorm.
Adeptly avoiding the clichés of office design for start-ups, Float Studio instead creates spaces that capture each company’s founding essence—all on a tight budget.
Orkidstudio's small Nairobi-based team is equal parts contractor, designer, and educator, and treats each project as an opportunity to innovate and empower.
Relying on his own imagination rather than trends, Adam Nathaniel Furman—a master of surface and ornamentation—designs exuberant works at all manner of scales.
Affordable real estate, a spirit of collaboration over competition, and a unique urban history are keeping young designers in the Scottish city.
While women of color continue to face challenges in the design professions, these five designers are scaling new heights—and should be on your radar.