Ultimately, says Eccles, “I spend a lot of time making it look like I didn’t do anything.”
Italian furniture maker Arper has resurrected Lina Bo Bardi’s 1951 Bowl Chair prototype for modern day production.
The Casper Nap Tour Bus sees a trailer outfitted with four Japanese pod hotel–inspired hexagonal sleep nooks, each filled with a mattress and the line’s own pillows and sheets.
Given such affinity between the marine and automotive worlds, the real surprise is that any serious collaboration has taken so long.
FROM THE ARCHIVE: Tel Aviv-based designer Ron Gilad carves his place within the world of industrial design by questioning and challenging convention.
In a weird world that’s getting weirder every day, Karim Rashid is the designer we deserve.
While many of their projects have an eco-message, what sets Studio Swine apart from other design studios is their desire to elevate so-called waste products into the luxury sphere.
London-based design company Sian Zeng has managed to do the impossible: indulge a child’s impulse to use a household wall as a canvas, while keeping home décor defacement-free.
At first glance, Sebastian ErraZuriz’s Wave Cabinet appears solid; but with a gentle pull, a domino effect is initiated, unexpectedly setting the cabinet in motion.