Two Eye-Catching Designs of the Moment
Fabio Hendry coats tubes in a baked-on 3D printing by-product, yielding functional art that’s squiggly yet stonelike Hotel Object 02, 04, 01, and 03 sconces in copper tubing, waste nylon powder, and silica sand in Pink, Cream, Anthracite, and Aqua, and Native Object 13 table lamp in Sand by Hot Wire Extensions. Through Adorno.
Merve Kahraman’s side tables simultaneously protect against the evil eye and connect with mid-century icon Alexander Girard Abide in Pink and Abide Triangle in Blue and Yellow in marble and Maharam’s Checker cotton-polyester by Merve Kahraman.
5 Best of Year Product Winners from 2020
Don’t miss out on an opportunity to submit your top products and projects for Interior Design‘s Best of Year Awards by September 22. To gear up for the upcoming awards, here is a look at five product winners from last…
Venus Williams’s Firm V Starr Honors Women in Debut Product Collaboration With Wolf-Gordon
Venus Williams is well-known as a tennis champion. But she’s also acing it off the court. At this year’s NeoCon, her firm V Starr launches its first-ever product collaboration: Muse, an upholstery line with Wolf-Gord…
Adam Goodrum’s Big Talk Chair for Blå Station Redefines the Art of Lounging
Big Talk, Adam Goodrum Studio’s semicircular throne for Blå Station, redefines the art of lounging—and conversation.