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Explore - Culture
Attention turophiles! Specially designed to slice through your favorite hard and soft cheeses, this set of knives for Alessi will make serving goudas, bries, and manchegos a breeze. The collection...
Cakes will come and cakes will go, but when it's time for a slice (or two), we're all for putting the sweet stuff up on a pedestal. Finnish designer Harri Koskinen created this glass stand for...
Try all you want to align the yellow, red, blue, orange, and green, but the only two colors that truly matter on the Rubik's Cruet are black and white. Salt and pepper come out when you twist the...
Expatriate architect Thomas Daniell, now a resident in Kyoto, takes us on a historical and spatial tour of his adopted home country. Part architectural handbook, part critical look at contemporary...
If information comes in all shapes and sizes, then we’ll always need a new way to graph it. This hefty look at construction maps, workflow process diagrams, website-linkage charts, family...
Photographer Joshua Lutz describes the bleak New Jersey Meadowlands as “a 32-square-mile stretch of sweeping wilderness that evokes morbid fantasies of Mafia hits and buried remains.”...
Originally published in 1973, this hand-lettered guide to all things nomadic, portable, sit-on-able, and made of wood has finally made it back into print. From toy chests to benches that fold out...
The current popularity of German architect Jürgen Mayer has as much to do with the Internet as with the innovative aesthetics that his office has pursued. Mayer’s quirkily geometric...
For a traveling exhibition that kicked off last year at Connecticut’s Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, curators Jessica Hough and Mónica Ramírez-Montagut sought out artistic...
From restaurants and packaging to the molecular makeup of our daily meals, all experiences associated with eating are subject to design. CrEATe, an ongoing project by The Future Laboratory, sets...
You don’t get much more mid-century-modern than the Pod from Pad Outdoor—and once you see these, you’ll want many more than just one. The aluminum planter, finished with an...
The Food Map Container may look like a bathtub but is the ideal planter. Its lightweight recycled-plastic basin features a contoured drainage system built into the bottom and it sits on a metal...
Woolly Pocket’s breathable fabric planters, made of recycled plastic bottles, whick water away to avoid root rot and are available in nine different sizes and shapes (ranging from $29 to $247...
Neuhart's handmade lion doll was created for Alexander Girard's Textiles and Objects shop in New York, circa 1961.
A complete 63-piece stainless-steel service for eight, designed for Arne Jacobsen for A. Michelsen in 1957. Each piece is stamped with the manufacturer's mark.