The latest crop of rising jewelry designers are embracing historicism, ancient forms, and imperfection in striking, sculptural pieces with a focus on sustainability and individuality.
In a new installation that combines a lush garden and a futuristic bubble, the landscape designer and architect-slash-artist offer a surprising space for sensory exploration at the design fair.
The celebrated design duo brings together the best parts of two famously refined cultures in its first restaurant and stand-alone store in New York’s SoHo.
The architect and interior designer launches his new furniture line Copacati with the Smile Chair, designed to feel like it’s giving the sitter a hug.
Our annual selection of gifts for you and yours, including everything you can imagine from a silk toothbrush on up to your own private island.
The new ceramics line from Cameron Bishop—and named after her daughter—has become a favorite on New York’s restaurant scene, thanks to her fine arts training and her invaluable network of other artists and designers.
The London-based firm brings its incisive understanding of both physical and social history to new and renewed projects ranging from Juergen Teller’s studio and a Paul Smith store to the nonprofit contemporary art exhibition center Raven Row.
A new shared workspace in Brooklyn’s Industry City helps bring together creatives to encourage collaboration and interaction alongside sleek Midcentury Modern designs.
Gautam Sinha’s New Delhi-based leather accessories line represents a new generation of Indian design, firmly rooted in history while constantly looking ahead.
The Indiana-based artist and designer continually questions the boundary between art and design, producing sculptural pieces that question their own functionality and incorporate software-made accidents.