Minimalist shapes? Muted tones? Rounded corners? Google’s installation will reveal to you the interior style that makes your heart flutter.
This year promises an extra exciting agenda celebrating design and creativity to mark a decade of CDW.
In a once considered inaccessible location, surrounded by rose valleys and hiking trails, this remote hotel is a destination in itself.
A modern Kiev office featuring a vibrant color scheme, a home-like vibe, and napping rooms.
ICFF 2019 takes place this May 19-22, 2019 at the Javits Center. Here's what you can expect from the show!
Interior designer Michelle Dirkse remodels her own Seattle condo with a dated 1960s interior into a modern, pattern-filled space.
Elisa Ossino and Josephine Akvama Hoffmeyer created an installation where the humble tile reigns supreme.
The diamond shapes of Bavaria's natural icon weave themselves into the leitmotif of Hotel Andaz's design language.
From now until May 22nd, you can vote for your favorite independent designer or small company under the furniture and lighting categories.
A co-working office in Warsaw that gives Don Draper a run for his money.
A fantastic world of knitted material where everyday objects—sofas, beds, books, clocks—assume a new evocative appearance.
Matthew Day Jackson, Finnish design studio Made by Choice + Formica create a sinuous, custom laminate chair inspired by Apollo landing.
Muji recently opened a hotel in Tokyo completely furnished in their signature modern organic simplicity.
A new bedroom with a soothing color palette and fun accessories that result in the perfect room for a growing teen.
PLECTERE takes sound-absorbing to a beautiful level by weaving woolen felt strips into a 3D textile.
A minimalist boutique hotel located in Mexico City with 10 residences and a terrace that includes Japanese thermal baths.