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When charting architectural development, it generally follows that architects build upon the generation that preceded them—from modernism to postmodernism to deconstruction and so on. Not so...
The latest in Taschen’s ever-growing Architecture Now! series (does Philip Jodidio ever sleep?), this volume takes us on a fantastic visual voyage around the world to some of the most...
He’s the world’s only architect to guest star on The Simpsons and appear in Apple’s Think Different ads, but how well do you really know Frank Gehry? Think what you will of his...
It may look like the right spot to stow your coat, but this light is only meant to evoke a hanger's shape, not its function. The brushed stainless steel and chrome structure and low watt, naked...
Whether you're braving the darkened wilderness on a camping expedition or want to keep a little bedside light handy in case of a nighttime blackout, having a reliable flashlight (or Torch) around...
There's so much potential offered by a well-placed pillow to brighten up the bedroom. Flat is certainly fine for the basics, but these Track rolls from Unison would make for a really neat visual...
Basic installation is all you need to create a unique display with Heath's new dual-glazed collection. Each color pattern has up to six different pieces that, when put together randomly, make for a...
Another cool find from the Renegade Craft Fair a few weeks ago: original artwork from 3 FIsh Studios. The San Francisco duo of Eric Rewitzer and Annie Galvin make some fantastic stuff, including...
Available in 74 fabric and leather options.
The American Modern Daybed (2008) is inpired by George Nelson’s iconic design for a daybed that he created in 1948. Nelson’s work – whether designing clocks, lamps or furniture ...
These 3D kraft letters from Paper Source are pretty much a perfect little DIY project. The price is unbeatable, and the possibilities are endless: collage, paint, glue on little bits and bobs,...
Available in or rust wool blend.
Available in linen.
Available in over 500 fabric options.
One-to-Two is sold as a pair of foldable trestle table legs in solid European oak and powder-coated steel. The flat-pack design by Nathalie Nebout for British brand Thorsten Van Elten allows you to...
Woodworker and sculptor Christopher Kurtz designed this set of stools from domestic hardwoods, locally sourced in New York state and handcrafted in his Hudson Valley studio. Clean lines and sollid...
Dutch design company Blofield—not to be confused with the evil genius Bond villain of nearly identical name—has taken the traditional English Chesterfield and pumped it full of hot air....
The difference a rug can make in a room is pretty remarkable: softening hardwood, bringing in a bit of a pattern or color, truly tying things together underfoot. San Francisco-based designer Melina...
Multi-functional furniture makes small (and not-so-small) spaces a little more livable. Need a place to sit, set your coffee, or house your collection of paperbacks? This modular unit is a bench,...
This ceramic pot by Giorgia Ricci allows for a little visual mix-and-match, as each one comes with three different colored lids that correspond and contrast with the color of the piece itself....