Wies Preijde’s textile screens dramatically transform their spaces, with minimal materials.
In Design Forward, frog design’s founder, Hartmut Esslinger, recounts the inspirations and process behind the computers that revolutionized consumer electronics.
Ionna Vautrin’s new fixture for Foscarini is a modern update on a classic form.
With his abstract visages, Wilfrid Wood tries to bridge the gap between graphics and sculpture.
The unique shape of Casa W provides the residence with two courtyards protected from whipping sandstorms.
But it’s not just about style. The new look breeds new efficiency.
Instrument? Visualization? With SphereTones they’re one and the same.
Our old gadgets create millions of tons of electronic waste each year, which is hazardously recycled in impoverished countries. One U.K.-based designer aims to change the process.
British phone books from the 1950s provided an unlikely precedent for Kobi Benezri’s design of the new Phaidon tome Where Chefs Eat.
The two hottest media-sharing apps of today use the same simple gesture to distinguish their purpose.