The Los Angeles-based design duo meticulously develops each of their products, fostering a unique blend of beauty and sustainability.
After running her own textile company for 25 years, the designer is now bringing her brand and inimitable creative process to Momentum Group.
For the fourth iteration of fashion designer Raf Simons’s collaboration with Kvadrat, things have taken a decidedly whimsical turn.
The plug-in craze of the experimental architectural groups of the 1960s spawned mostly paper fantasies. In Slovenia, one scheme—by the architect Sasa Machtig—was actually realized.
These five emerging studios are reshaping the hospitality industry in the United States.
Daylight isn’t the first urban-planning consideration, but it is among the most important. This pioneer in solar design has worked for half a century to spread the message.
With ties to building and academia, the New York firm is forging a new kind of architectural practice.
With many celebrated New York projects under its belt, the lighting, furniture, and interior design studio Workstead sets its sights on the South.
Architect Huy Bui wants to introduce plant life into the city's most unexpected corners.
Dorothy Cosonas, creative director at KnollTextiles, turns history, collaboration, and inspiration from the fashion world into forward-looking textiles.
A new LED line brings fresh clarity to Dyson's commercial offerings—and marks Jake Dyson's return to the company after 12 years.
The newest entrant into the American contract textiles industry, Luum is based on artisanal approaches, material exploration, and a keen sense of how commercial spaces are evolving.
The Australian lighting designer strives to find a balance between international expansion and remaining hands-on.
For this Brooklyn-based design trio, experimentation precedes conversation.
As art director of Vitra’s colors and materials, Hella Jongerius has spent a decade mastering shade and tone.
Administrators and curators often speak different languages. The director of the Graham Foundation is fluent in both, as she has proven by spearheading Chicago’s inaugural architectural biennial.
For more than five decades Sara Little Turnbull has been corporate America's secret weapon, working behind the scenes, operating at the intersection of design and commerce.
An architectural mind-set is proving to be a valuable tool in the fashion world for this young designer.
You don't know his name, but you definitely know his work: Irving Harper, the man behind George Nelson's Marshmallow Sofa.
A love affair with metal provided the inspiration for the lighting designer’s solo career.