Designers are jumping on board to offer modern takes on the classic piece of lighting, the candelabra.
A Bay Area landscape designer works her yard like a jigsaw puzzle, packing a bevy of distinctive destinations into a steep and diminutive plot.
Multiply the heroic candlestick by three, four, six, or ten. Add in some heavy-duty materials (iron, solid brass) and voilà: You’ve got hefty, scene-stealing candelabra for the modern age.
Architect Janet Bloomberg infused a mid-century kitchen with her 21st-century taste to create a whimsical yet thoughtful new space.
A luminescent house brightens a block in Hiroshima, Japan.
Teaming up with architect Craig Steely, an industrial designer and a mechanical engineer find just the right design for a striking home on a San Francisco hill.
Countercultural architect Paolo Soleri looked beyond the bounds of four walls and a roof to orchestrate his vision for comprehensive ecological design.
Two young designers happily make their home inside an 18th-century fortress, reborn as a thriving artists’ enclave, off the coast of Helsinki.
Orla Kiely furnishes her renovated Victorian house with her signature prints.
What do architects build when they can be their own clients?
Today’s global design scene is more expansive and easier to access than ever, thanks to all things Internet—websites, webshops, and an international brigade of bloggers.Online design writers do more…
Some of our favorite bloggers handpicked design hotspots from around the globe. Here are their answers.
We asked some of our favorite bloggers what they see in the near future for interiors, graphic design, travel, and more.
In an up-and-coming area of Copenhagen, a pair of designers and their twin girls inhabit a converted loft, filling it with serious design savvy and a hefty dose of creativity.
In our Sepetember 2013 issue, we asked some of our favorite online design writers to introduce their latest local discoveries.
In our September 2013 issue, we asked some of our favorite online design writers to introduce their latest local discoveries.
In our September 2013 issue, we asked some of our favorite bloggers what products they're coveting right now.
Just wait until you see the snake.
Johnny Strategy, of Spoon & Tamago, has been reporting on Japanese design and culture since 2007. Two years after the Tohoku earthquake, he sees the country taking an optimistic turn.
We asked some of our favorite online design writers which sites inspire their blogs and influence their design sense.
A family brings out the best in a neglected space to build their home in Belgium.