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Nine talented NYC artists pay homage to the creative spirit of the city with a series of posters illustrating the New York of tomorrow.
Joshua Abarbanel creates his wall sculptures using forms + patterns found in biological, botanical, geological + even mechanical structures.
Isometric Studio is proving that accommodating those living with disabilities in design is a must with the public installation of Cloud Swing.
The first work by designer Kristine Five Melvær for Poltrona Frau, the Ikiperu ceramics collection unites history + traditional craftsmanship.
Are you perpetually distracted by your smartphone? Is your personal privacy a priority? If yes, PUNKT MC02 is a minimalist smartphone for you.
Benjamin Hubert adds a layer of elegant simplicity to XGIMI's newest UST Mira projector with built-in audio and smart TV capabilities.
Industrial design studio Morrama's Issé smart glasses envision a near-future when we're all competing with our digital selves.
The Genesis X Gran Berlinetta Vision GT Concept is engineered to deliver 1071hp 986 lb-ft of torque and you can drive it virtually in January.
If you're a Porsche enthusiast, you'll want to nab one of these limited-edition Aer backpacks and slings celebrating Rennsport Reunion 7.
The New Order of Fashion curated an exhibition for Dutch Design Week to explore what regeneration looks like in the fashion context.
Lucianne Canavan has merged traditional repair techniques to create her own approach that benefits well-being, communities, and the planet.
Designer Paul Smith collaborates with Braun on minimalist Swiss-made watches with signature stripe hands and streamlined watch details.
Solitude + silence have never seemed as luxurious as at Iceland's newest sustainably developed destination, Highland Base Kerlingarfjöll.
The House of Welcome embraces Portland's past, but also represents the city's modern present in all of its New Northwest details.
Got upcoming travel plans? The Monos luggage brand's palette of colors and smart front storage feature makes it a stand out.
Once an elementary school, The Hotel Seiryu Kyoto Kiyomizu earns top marks as a luxurious, exemplary example of adaptive architectural reuse.