A synopsis and gallery of our recent New York City salon which focused on ICFF and recent design trends
We've designed a helpful downloadable map to highlight a selection of the best innovative work from the ICFF.
The value of collaborative brainstorming and the importance of creating beautiful, durable, basic tools is highlighted by one of the partners from the Angell Wyller Aarseth design firm.
Widely credited with starting the back-to-nature movement, Miller talks about designing ahead of trends and his new 'Endless' lighting system.
The iconic designer talks about recent work and shares insights about his design process and inspirations.
The designer talks about his recent work that explores the uses of craft in a postindustrial increasingly digitalized culture.
The imaginative designer talks about his immaterial lamps and concern for the notions of displacement, shift of perspective and dematerialization.
Kowalewski talks about craftsmanship and the importance of intuitive experimentation in his design process.
"With these rugs, I'm exploring the idea of taking an ephemeral moment and turning it into a permanent artifact."
The President of Bernhardt Design talks about new projects that feature young designers and design education.
The concept designer and PSFK design editor talks about repurposed architecture and why design isn't 'stuff.'
The editor of Otto Design and Architecture explains how the language of design is becoming more culturally relevant.
LinYee Yuan, Managing Editor of Core77, talks about new materials and collaborative conversation about design.
The founder and editor in chief of Cool Hunting talks about what's inspiring him, and a backlash against minimalism.