The Seoul industrial designer creates art from castoff materials, sending strong messages about contemporary consumerism and environmentalism.
Viviana Matsuda’s vibrant ceramic line, Mud Witch, has built a community by opening up conversations about contemporary social issues.
The bedding brand with a cult-like following just launched three upholstered bed frames that you can purchase with the click of a button.
Informed by his studies in anthropology, the Austrian designer is making a new for himself in the design world.
Once an engineer in South Africa’s mine, Mpho Vackier now applies her pragmatism to designing for her innovative furniture line—TheUrbanative.
The Paris-based duo behind Sabourin Costes create playful designs across creative disciplines including product and furniture design, interior architecture, and visual merchandising.
Joyce Lin is a multidisciplinary designer whose deconstructed objects explore internal structures.
At Cassius Castings, founder Thomas Musca makes furniture that pushes the boundaries of concrete.
Beirut-based designer Richard Yasmine creates furniture and objects inspired by his Lebanese heritage.
Thabisa Mjo is a Johannesburg lighting designer whose work draws from her South African roots.
With recent work including NFT collectors’ cards and a collaboration with French furniture brand Sifas, Döppel Studio’s body of work defies categorization.
In North Carolina, Esi Hutchinson creates furniture that is deeply personal and deceptively simple.
Multidisciplinary artist Llane Alexis utilizes discarded textiles and other materials to create distinctive furniture and home objects.
Brussels-based Studio Biskt combines ceramics and industrial design to explore innovative clay creations.
K-apostrophe is a collection of made-to-order accessories by Los Angeles–based artist K’era Morgan.
Mac Collins is a young designer making a big name for himself through his functional furniture and objects that are rooted in the art of storytelling.
Studio Beson founder, Gregory Beson, harnesses his early experience as a woodworker to create thoughtful, one-of-a kind furniture.
Tiffany Loy’s woven art draws from her deep knowledge of traditional techniques across Singapore, England, and Japan.
At Atra Form Studio in Mexico City, Alexander Diaz Andersson makes globally inspired furniture that pulls from his Swedish-Mexican roots.
The furniture designers at Orior are applying a contemporary perspective informed by traditional methods.
New York–based designer Liam Lee is quickly gaining notice for his vibrant, captivating textile panels.
At Blue Green Works, creative director Peter B. Staples creates lighting fixtures inspired by film, architecture, and New York City.
Every year, we present the most exciting designers making furniture, lighting, and other objects for your home. Here is this year’s list...
It’s been right in front of us all along, but architect Jane Hall’s latest book makes it abundantly clear: Design as we know it would be nothing without a woman.
Norske Mikrohus’s latest project is a 174-square-foot-home that promises to get you closer to nature.
Positioned along the Mediterranean, the family home features modernist lines and a living area that connects to a gorgeous backyard.
Gon Architects transform a 323-square-foot urban dwelling owned by a music-loving journalist into a beach-inspired retreat with theatrical details.
The Scandinavian-inspired prefab—a minimalist design that starts at $179K—is one family’s happy place by the sea.
Get that back-to-school feeling, without all the homework.
We speak to the architect and educator about how Indigenous culture influences his work, and how empathy can dismantle colonialist approaches to design.
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At Saint James, guests will discover glowing interiors, stunning grounds, and a unique aesthetic in every room
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Home Union x Pieces covers all the bases with this timeless collection
Furniture designer Eric Schmitt joined forces with Ralph Pucci International on this bold new collection
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