By eliminating the unnecessary, Miito demonstrates that design can instigate positive change.
Chairs imitate bodies—from their arms to their backs, legs, and feet. But those bodies need not always be human—sometimes, the muse is an animal; an insect.
This winter, Los Angeles-based, Edmonton-born designer Stephen Kenn, known for his sleekly functional furniture and leather goods, has joined forces with contemporary Japanese lifestyle brand Colony2139 to reimagine classic, nautical-inspired interior decor.
Timeless and luminous, Gubi’s Multi-Lite collection pays brilliant homage to Denmark’s iconic design history.
Objetik’s diverse collection finds cohesion by rooting itself in the core qualities of sustainability and utilitarianism.
Tom Dixon is a West Londoner who loathes boredom. The influential British designer, known for his furniture and lighting creations, not only designs but challenges conventions of the industry,
In the age of modern-day metropolises, the Shildan Group is looking at a more minimal manner of design for buildings.
Applying industrial materials precisely with minimal detailing, the Jonathan Tuckey design team created what they call “a noble shed”.
In advance of London Design Week this month, British designer Lee Broom is transforming his Shoreditch showroom into a simulacrum of… his childhood bedroom.