by Lauren DeBellis | posted 9:30 am
Net-Works, a charitable commerce collaboration between carpet manufacturer Interface and the Zoological Society of London, has been given the green light.
by Staff | posted 2:06 pm
During Milan design week, Baccarat unveiled its new chandelier collection at the Palazzo Morando.
by Meghan Edwards | posted 3:31 pm
The first day at the the Milan fair showed that everyone is putting their best (new) product foot forward.
by Jennifer Nalewicki | posted 11:40 am
Furniture Brands International is unveiling two groundbreaking collections by interior designer Celerie Kemble at High Point Market from April 20 to 25.
by Jennifer Nalewicki | posted 9:19 am
The winning proposal in The Flint Public Art Project’s Flat Lot Competition is a reflective house that seems to float atop a mirrored pedestal.
by Andrew Stone | posted 11:15 am
New York-based architect Jeffrey Beers is a master at bringing people together, then taking their breath away.
by Arlene Hirst | posted 11:48 am
Drawing attention to the high number of counterfeits and knock-offs that have invaded the furnishings market, fair organizer Cosmit has introduced intellectual and industrial property regulations for all exhibitors at Salone Internazionale del Mobile, the furniture extravaganza that attracts 300,000 visitors.
by Staff | posted 1:52 pm
At the opening of the new OFS Brands showroom by FXFOWLE Architects in New York last week, guests were floored by, well, the ceiling.
by Olivia Farquharson | posted 9:30 am
Five cylindrical buildings clad in colorful ceramic tile comprise the Children’s Education and Innovation Center, located in the heart of the Technology Park of Paterna in Valencia, Spain.
by Jesse Dorris | posted 10:42 am
Downtown New York is abuzz with news of British design brand Tom Dixon’s long-awaited U.S. showroom, now open in the landmark 1874 Brooks Brothers building in NoHo.