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.
Elusive time flashes past us quickly, but the Timekeeper is a way to make it tangible.
Sharon Lockwood is as much of a creative hybrid as the duvet covers she designs.
With the private salon’s bird’s-eye view of the Manhattan skyline, natural light, high ceilings, and minimalist design, the luxurious space provides the ideal setting to get lost within the gallery’s art.
Ultimately, says Eccles, “I spend a lot of time making it look like I didn’t do anything.”
Suffering through a resolution to quit smoking? You may have to give it up—the giving it up, that is.