Seeing is believing.
Featuring a tiara by Leonor Fini, a desk that's also a clock, a Picasso, and a cowhide sofa.
It's on display at TEFAF Maastricht, the all-stars of fine arts fairs, and it was the lightest golden bowl I had ever held!
A new show at the Noguchi Museum, "Akari: Sculpture by Other Means," will make you see the ubiquitous paper lanterns in a new way.
The Earl of Snowdon—Princess Margaret's husband—teamed up with "anti-architect" Cedric Price and structural engineer Frank Newby to build an improbable, ambitious home for the London Zoo's birds.
The Secretary of Housing and Urban Development is trying to return the furniture.
The design duo uses every material and process imaginable to create its ebullient, playful works.
The Maison, designed by Tomas Maier, combines three (three!) Upper East Side townhouses, and is accompanied by a New York-themed capsule collection.
The Moscow-born designer makes furniture in one color at a time, and we got a preview of his next hue.
At Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair, there were terrazzo-esque platforms, fortune-cookie lounge chairs, hygge vibes all around, and lots of forest green.
The 20th-century German design movement is often associated with tubular chairs and streamlined workspaces, but the Bauhaus was invested in the natural kingdom from the start.
Accompanied by an original artwork from Chloe Wise, our generation's consummate painter of food, GARAGE undertakes an exploration of Tide PODS: why?