Last week, the Industrial Designers Society of America held its yearly gala. Co.Design’s very own Belinda Lanks was on hand to deliver a speech on design’s role in the world.
Xiral Segard transforms an industrial material into a vessel suited to the most delicate of flower arrangements.
An anachronism of the 18th-century European aristocracy gets a radical makeover in a park outside Paris.
Most of them are subtle, clever interpretations of the usual form: One, for instance, comes with its own cork stopper; another has a dainty spout.
A roundup of famous hair that’s appeared on the silver screen, which also manages to be a nice list of movies you’ve gotta see.
As children, most of us were resigned to experiencing fairytales through a storybook. In California, kids actually get to live them.
An annual festival, normally steeped in tradition, has a very non-traditional addition this year: a 25-foot-wide-by-25-foot-long floating canopy that looks like a circus tent wandered into another dimension.
The Dyson Award-winning design project has been featured in every episode of the Showtime hit this season. How did that happen?