The grid pattern ebbs and flows in popularity in art and fashion as well as in design. Artist Jean-Pierre Raynaud is famous for his home in Paris, La Maison in La Celle-Saint-Cloud, which sported an interior composed almost entirely of 15-centimeter-square white tiles, evenly spaced out with black grout.
Assembly's gridded wall clock, made exclusively for the Sight Unseen shop, is a thin, white PVC disc with a carved grid and reversible hour/minute hands that can be switched between black and white. "And the grid itself," according to the site, "rather than just being for decoration, was chosen for its combination of regularity and infinite possibility."
Ying Chang's Grid System desk sports a plethora of wire cages that function as easy-to-see storage cubbies.
For Design Miami 2014, gallerist Patrick Parrish showed a Superstudio-inspired tableau of RO/LU furniture and clothing by Various Projects.
Scholten & Baijings have collaborated with the Danish brand HAY since the company's inception; their signature colorful take on grids is now immediately recognizable, as seen in their new dish towels.
Philippe Malouin (a Dwell Young Gun from 2013) designed the Gridlock series for lighting manufacturer Roll & Hill.
AP Works of Japan created this playful placemat, which uses an illusion to make it seem "as if the pattern has sunk under the weight of tableware."
Apply the grid look from floor to ceiling with Ferm Living's WallSmart wallpaper, a new generation of non-woven wallpaper that is supposed to be easier and faster to hang.
Gridmasters Scholten & Baijings introduced their Blocks and Grid upholstery line for Maharam in 2014; look out for more additions to the collection in 2015.