The Dwell 24: Wooj
Wooj is a collection of accessible, ecologically responsibile home goods designed and manufactured in Brooklyn, New York.
The Dwell 24: TheUrbanative
Once an engineer in South Africa’s mine, Mpho Vackier now applies her pragmatism to designing for her innovative furniture...
The Dwell 24: Artish
The Raleigh, North Carolina–based studio serves up a modular collection of magnetic wall art kits, steel side tables, lighting...
The Dwell 24: Orior
The furniture designers at Orior are applying a contemporary perspective informed by traditional methods.
The Dwell 24: Harold
A table by Brooklyn-based designers Reed Hansuld and Joel Seigle is a finalist for this year’s NYCxDesign Best in Show award.
The Dwell 24: Grain
Designer-couple James and Chelsea Minola match age-old furniture techniques with modern design ambitions and eco-friendly...
Dwell 24: INDO-
Founders of the studio INDO-, Urvi Sharma and Manan Narang create modern furniture pieces that reference traditional dying and...
Dwell 24: Vidivixi
Mark Grattan and Adam Caplowe's inaugural collection for Vidivixi included marble‚ glass‚ and bronze pieces that took their cue...
The Dwell 24: Casey Lurie
Once a designer-in-residence for Japanese furniture manufacturer Idée, the Chicago-based designer now uses craft and industrial...
The Dwell 24: Esi Hutchinson
In North Carolina, Esi Hutchinson creates furniture that is deeply personal and deceptively simple.
The Dwell 24: Joyce Lin
Like an enthusiastic anatomy professor redecorating her living room, the Texas designer exposes, explodes, and suspends the...
The Dwell 24: Laurids Gallée
Informed by his studies in anthropology, the Austrian designer is making a new for himself in the design world.
The Dwell 24: Mud Witch
Viviana Matsuda’s vibrant ceramic line, Mud Witch, has built a community by opening up conversations about contemporary social...
The Dwell 24: Rosie Li
The Brooklyn lighting designer’s experimental style ranges from delicate palm frond–inspired sconces to chandeliers that resemble...
The Dwell 24: Not Work Related
Chicago native Sarah Hussaini is gaining a following for her geometric and colorful household ceramics.
The Dwell 24: Kazuki Guzmán
The Chicago-based designer is using his Japanese heritage to reimagine hammers and mallets.
The Dwell 24: Amalia Attias
The Rhode Island designer creates experimental pieces and reconfigurable furniture.
The Dwell 24: Lolly Lolly
Columbus-based designer Lalese Stamps has taken social media by storm with her wildly shaped mugs.
The Dwell 24: Cody Campanie
This third-generation woodworker is challenging the normative conceptual and physical practices of furniture design from his...
The Dwell 24: Brave Matter
With Bauhaus-inspired sensibilities, Oakland-based designers Christina Zamora and Cathy Lo create ceramic lamps and objects.
Dwell 24: Simon Schmitz
From light and shadow to movement and mechanics‚ Hamburg-based lighting designer Simon Schmitz‚ 29‚ is part sculptor‚ part...
The Dwell 24: Studio Beson
Studio Beson founder, Gregory Beson, harnesses his early experience as a woodworker to create thoughtful, one-of-a kind furniture.
The Dwell 24: Tiffany Loy
Tiffany Loy’s woven art draws from her deep knowledge of traditional techniques across Singapore, England, and Japan.
The Dwell 24: Studio Biskt
Brussels-based Studio Biskt combines ceramics and industrial design to explore innovative clay creations.
The Dwell 24: Döppel Studio
With recent work including NFT collectors’ cards and a collaboration with French furniture brand Sifas, Döppel Studio’s body of...
The Dwell 24: Richard Yasmine
Beirut-based designer Richard Yasmine creates furniture and objects inspired by his Lebanese heritage.
The Dwell 24: Casey Johnson
Casey Johnson creates functional, form-driven wood objects designed, built, and hand-carved in his North Carolina studio.
The Dwell 24: Jinyeong Yeon
The Seoul industrial designer creates art from castoff materials, sending strong messages about contemporary consumerism and...
The Dwell 24: Sunshine Thacker
The San Antonio, Texas-based ceramicist explores her love of clay in a new collection of planters, lamps, and other furniture.
The Dwell 24: Ko Júbilo
The Vancouver-based designer is gaining attention with his folded aluminum light fixtures.
The Dwell 24: Utility Objects
Atlanta-based ceramicist Aleisha Ellis’s utilitarian style is inspired by contemporary Japanese work.
The Dwell 24: Platalea Studio
A pair of Mexico City designers imagine bold dinnerware and furnishings inspired by their culture and current social issues.
Dwell 24: SinCa Design
Dave Sinaguglia and Maria Camarena of SinCa Design use traditional woodworking techniques to form their minimalist and sculptural...
Dwell 24: Agnes Studio
Guatemala’s pre-Columbian heritage forms the basis for the newest collection by Agnes Studio, led by designers Estefanía de Ros &...
Dwell 24: Quincy Ellis
Quincy Ellis, 31, had spent years fabricating art for talents such as Fernando Mastrangelo when he came to a realization: "I...
The Dwell 24: Mac Collins
Mac Collins is a young designer making a big name for himself through his functional furniture and objects that are rooted in the...

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