The slow hand of time represented by Studio Ayaskan's combination of clock and the Japanese art of Zen dryscape landscaping.
A hovering, cliffside house with the most incredible pool(s) of all-time.
A three-dimensional grid system becomes a wall-mounted, modular shelving system.
A fun roundup of beautifully decorated eclairs and donuts… to entice your eyes!
A clever stool that uses discarded fans and scrap wire to help promote recycling and hand craftsmanship.
Friday Five checks in with renowned interior design firm Yabu Pushelberg to get a idea on what inspires them.
Nir Meiri's series of objects take a look at shapes and materiality, as well as a more green way of thinking about design.
Movie characters are brought to life in this production studio's redesign.
Just in time for winter, Society6 introduces artist-designed fleece blankets - get 'em before it gets too cold!
Stackable, 3D printed ceramics to aid in your daily habits and then stored away when done.
Graphic shelves and tables that give the illusion of paper folds.
A minimalist apartment in a Victorian terraced house located in London, England.
An adjustable lamp that's held in place with only magnets.
A digital marketing agency whose office was inspired by a rabbit hole.
Marketplace WorkOf is adding a host of California-based designers and makers to their roster.
A modern set of off desk accessories made from cork and aluminum.