People love patterns. Our brains recognize and resonate with geometric designs in the world around us. Our eyes look for naturally repeating patterns, called fractals, without even realizing we’re doing it.
At Cleveland Clinic's Shelia and Eric Samson Pavilion, Foster + Partners designed furnishings to accommodate both plants and humans.
Designer Philippe Malouin has used industrial materials including dyed nylon and polyurethane-coated steel to create an experimental collection of office furniture and accessories.
Debuting at NeoCon this month, the glass panels use custom color analysis software to create an abstract, immersive “stained glass” effect.
The best collaborations evolve into partnerships, as has happened with Haworth and the Milan-based architect and designer Patricia Urquiola over the course of seven years.
There’s something Duchamp-esque about the latest work of Chris Labrooy. The British artist and designer’s ongoing remix project, Garden of Eames, transforms the classic Eames shell chair, designed in 1950, into surreal fine art that packs an absurdist punch.
Documentarian Gary Hustwit takes us inside the home of Massimo Vignelli just a year before the legendary designer’s death in these never-before-seen photos.
On this episode of Clever, Amy and Jaime talk to industrial designer Carl Gustav Magnusson, who was born in Sweden and grew up on a farm in Canada.
Resilient design is no longer an idea to be explored – it’s an essential conversation for interior designers to have with landlords, brokers, and tenants alike to create spaces that go beyond their most basic stated functions to ensure total human wellness, including physical safety and mental health, well into the future.
“It’s the simplicity that makes it so easy to use in other cultures and combine in other types of design traditions.”
- Tine Mouritsen
I think the way that ideas come to me in the process of design is not by moving and searching for them.
In a sea of tricked-out office chairs at Milan Design Week, the Rookie chair designed by Konstantin Grcic for Vitra stood out as a more pared back version.
Konstantin Grcic in conversation with Thomas Edelmann on his collaboration with Plank, the two new products, the “Cup Lounge Chair” and “Fila”, and the importance of a second attempt.