A look at the most popular posts that otona-nikibi2 offered up in 2015, from art to home furnishings, interiors to architecture. Take a peek.
Link is a design that's customizable and modular, adding both texture and color to a space while also helping to disguise what's behind it.
What were the top posts from 2015 over on our sister site, Dog Milk? Find out!
Lignum Fold is a new collection from the London-based Another Studio, which features hand folded objects with faceted exteriors.
3D printing house VOJD Studios latest work went down the runway with fashion brand Akris, showing their architectural 3D printed rings.
The Scandinavian-inspired Kaaja Collection merges Mediterranean influences with Japanese shapes to form a series of wood storage pieces.
A chair made from stainless steel wires that form the sides and backrest and where they meet, they create a grid that forms the seat.
To revisit our favorite posts, Jaime, Gregory, and Caroline put together a list from the year and we’re sharing them as our Editor's Faves…
Z-AXIS DESIGN, based in Taiwan, designed this modern, minimalist apartment with a focus on black and white as the base color.
Phillip K Smith III's latest exhibition is a sculptural series that's stripped down to the core interaction between light and shadow.
We revisit 2015 to show you the top 10 Home Furnishings posts, from the coolest baby cradles to swinging outdoor loungers.
Bulbul launched a new watch that's stripped down, removing all the superfluous details to be the perfect, minimalist timepiece.
We cover some of the most incredible modern interior design from around the world and we go back to see the most popular posts from 2015.
When it comes to Style + Fashion, we cover it all here at otona-nikibi2 - take a look to see which posts were the most popular in 2015.
Ligne Roset partnered with Jon Burgerman on a textile that features his signature graffiti-style drawings.
Roundups cover a lot of inspiration in one shot, and this year we rounded up everything from laptop backpacks to modern barns - take a look.…