They fused the glitchy, Internet-friendly aesthetic of his millennial generation with the most ancient of Eastern folk art traditions.
Transparent furniture is at the forefront of design—again. But modern-day designers and architects are pushing invisible boundaries with exceptional, see-through furniture, structures and homes.
“We often start by finding wood with an interesting story and then we’d design these micro collections with that history as a guide,” Jason Horvath says.
Through its new cultural initiative, Steinway & Sons is commissioning visual artists like Mark Bradford to use player pianos as their medium.
Owners of the minimalist-inspired shop Formerly Yes offer tips for shopping shrewdly and paring down on possessions without compromising luxury.
New audio and visual appliances blend state-of-the-art technology with a new old-fashioned approach to design.
Google wants you to turn your ugly Wi-Fi router into a piece of display-worthy art.
From a complete functionality overhaul to a wifi-enabled operation system, here we highlight five design brands who want a little more out of their windows.