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When visitors enter the Prague offices of DDB, they’re unknowingly met with an optical illusion that forms the creative agency’s logo. The visual treat, along with the office, ...
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There’s naturally plenty of reasons to visit Yosemite and this year brings a few more. In the documentary Free Solo, Alex Honnold scales El Capitan, a near-vertical slab ...
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Precht identifies as “a creative studio in the mountains powered by nature” and indeed, the Austrian architectural firm’s portfolio of work does exhibit a refreshing holistic dedication to designing ...
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London-based product and industrial designer Samuel Wilkinson has launched his first product with The Conran Shop. The Design Guildmark winning LATIS collection is a sustainable series of three ...
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Helsinki designer Hanna Anonen is back with more innovative Nordic designs in her new collection: Chroma. This time, though, she’s drawing on French influence from her summer in ...
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Designer Alex Brokamp’s commitment to combining technology, spatial awareness, and innovation has been a common theme throughout his work. The Collate Table Collection is no exception. The coffee ...
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Interior designer Jules Wilson is the principal designer of her eponymous, San Diego-based firm, Jules Wilson Design Studio, that she launched in 2005. Her studio’s ever-expanding portfolio includes ...
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Just outside of Mölndal’s city center in Gothenburg, Sweden, Bornstein Lyckefors designed Villa Amiri with a minimalist, all-black exterior to blend in with the diverse architecture of the neighborhood. ...
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If modern design is your jam and tools are your enemy, you’re going to want to keep reading about The Wave Shelf. A collaboration between TORTUGA and Oliver ...
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Capdell’s Nix chair brings together classic design with the avant-garde. Using curved 3D spherical geometry, designer Patrick Norguet pushed the previous limits of curved plywood. In doing so, ...
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We’ve all heard more than one hypothesis on color, about how it effects our welfare, our health, and more beyond aesthetics. White has held a years-long monopoly on ...
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It may seem ironic that one of the world’s largest and most influential technology companies has set up shop in New York City’s Chelsea with a free community ...
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If you take a look through our archives, it’s pretty obvious that we’re ride or die fans of Brooklyn-based Dusen Dusen. Since 2015 when their first home goods ...
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With the spectral appearance of a large floating eyeball, the spherical and sculptural Oupio serves dual purposes as an internet-connected lighting solution and wireless audio speaker contained with ...
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As part of the Danish Modernist movement, designer Jens Risom focused on functionality and style. He then helped popularize Scandinavian design in the United States. Now, Fredericia is ...
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Photo by Victor Affaro Architect, interior decorator, and product designer Patricia Anastassiadis leads the Brazilian architecture practice Anastassiadis Arquitetos. Founded in 1993 in São Paulo, the international scene in Brazil, ...
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A verdant, 8,000 square foot villa with a keen aviation past succumbed to the 2017 hurricane; then Champalimaud brought it back to life. The 1920s Mission Revival estate, ...
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Designed for a family of five in a quiet neighborhood in northern Kyoto city, the House in Kyoto has an open living plan that allows the parents to ...
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Explorer 1, 2, and 3 are a series of side tables designed by Jaime Hayon for BD Barcelona Design. They were inspired by jellybeans – yes, the candy ...
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Stripes are a favorite pattern of ours 365 days a year, but there’s just something about stripes and the beach. The two just go together, bringing to mind ...
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