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Sustainability-minded Dutch artist and designer, Piet Hein Eek, is known for his reuse of materials, with everything from steel remnants to scrap wood being fair game for his ...
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To mark the fourth installment of their BOWERx collaborative mirror series, Bower Studios enlisted New York-based studio StærkChristensen, led by artist/designer Camilla Stærk and model/photographer Helena Christensen, to ...
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An impressive CV of collaborations with the world’s most design forward companies offers a visual peek into the wildly creative minds of Golnar Roshan and Ruben de la ...
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Terrazzo has been trending for several years now with no sign of slowing down. Probably because the composite material has such a classic feel that dates back to ...
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GRIT Pulls Quadruple Duty Outdoors GRIT, from bartmann berlin, has the ability to function as stool, bench, trunk, or planter, making it a great small space solution. ...
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Danish design company TRIMM Copenhagen is expanding their Arm-Strong Collection for SS20, keeping a firm grasp on the details that make their lifestyle furniture so covetable – quality, ...
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One hundred years ago in 1920, the Bauhaus School was founded in Germany on ideas of functionalism and conciseness, art and craft, and objects and buildings that feature ...
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On the latest Clever, Amy talks to industrial designer Konstantin Grcic, who grew up in Germany, listening to punk rock and dreaming of building boats. In England, he ...
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Ukrainian studio FAINA has designed a chair and table called ZTISTA which, in Ukrainian, translates to “made of dough.” FAINA’s designer Victoria Yakusha used recycled metal, cellulose, wood ...
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Sometimes a pattern is so good, it doesn’t need any additional words or elements to detract from its design. Such is the case with this Seastone pattern that’s ...
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