- Whether you have a large or small space, these bookshelves will fit right in.
The removable tray inside a wire frame seems to float within a minimalist cage.
- Negative space is a positive in our book: Incorporate thinly outlined furniture pieces into your small space and cut the visual clutter.
- Tight quarters prove especially challenging.
The Dear Ingo challenges preconceptions about everyday objects. Composed from 16 individual task lamps, the whole creates a dynamic chandelier. The spots can be directed, and the shape of the chandelier can be changed. Created in homage to the famed German lighting designer, Dear Ingo is now part of the permanent collection of the Art Institute of Chicago.
Designed by Ron Gilad for Designfenzider's, this salt and pepper shaker–inspired by the mortar and pestle–sits on the line between the abstract and the functional.
- Flos, the Italian lighting company that collaborates with many of the best designers working today, opened a San Francisco "store"—a shop within the cavernous DZINE design showroom.
Boulder planter in oxidized metal by Jinggoy Buensuceso for Hive, from $95 designbyhive.com