Where others have used paint, Eric Daigh uses the humblest of office supplies. And he’s become world-renowned for it.
Good Design Is Good Business
Legendary IBM CEO Thomas Watson Jr. said these words almost 40 years ago. In 2012, they're finally the guiding spirit of our innovation age.
A mix of factors, ranging from commoditization to evaporating barriers to competition, are conspiring to push design to the fore of business thinking.
Can Marcelo Rosenbaum, a Brazilian designer who gained fame for creating glamorous nightclubs and shops use his skills--and his ideas--to attack his country’s huge poverty problem?
This fall, a billion PC users will wake up to a new desktop--Windows 8. Could it signal a design revolution at Microsoft?
The legendary ad man Lois and Platon, a giant of modern portraiture, sit down for a talk.
We eavesdrop on the Boulud, one of the most accomplished chefs in the world, and Izard, a Top Chef winner who’s opening… a diner?!
Charles Pollock, the force behind many of George Nelson’s classics, and Olivares, a design historian with a new chair out from Knoll, sit down.
Fast Company hosts a conversation between the legendary architecture diva and Koolhaas (the other Rem’s second cousin), who founded United Nude, a future-forward shoe-and-accessory company.
Pinterest, the social media phenom, has created the web’s new design paradigm--and maybe the greatest selling engine ever devised. We sit down for a rare interview with Ben Silbermann, Pinterest’s CEO.