Doorzon mixed and matched materials to create a family of geometrical objects that will inhabit the often neglected corners of a room.
The Dutch/Belgian winter landscape never looked so good with fresh and young covetable pieces.
If you’re looking for an impressive houseplant, make room for the dazzling tropical beauty of elephant’s ear.
The Villa in Tuscany is not just a dream vacation destination, it's also an inspiring residence for multidisciplinary artists.
Ikea has heard the cries of city dwellers everywhere. Its new PS 2014 collection, features 51 pieces all focused on small-space solutions.
Veselá has layered-up leftover scraps of leather to create striations based on rock formations on the surface of these shoes.
In a world where we could just browse through instagram for the latest travel inspiration, more and more print publications pop up about travelling.
Monocle magazine launched their first-ever book by looking at one of their core themes: how to live well.
Plants bring people together and what a better way to seal bond of friendship by exchanging cuttings?
Aesop’s blend of science and nature torpedoes the guff that defines much of the beauty industry.
Feline friends, did you know there’s a T-shirt company that professes an undying allegiance to the cat species?
With its raw and always surprising content The Word Magazine has been on our reading list since day one.
With a strong focus on jubilant engineered prints, Clover Canyon takes us on a joyful trip to the Caribbean.
What are the latest and upcoming trends and what do we really need in terms of creativity? We went trend watching at UK’s leading independent design festival.
Celebrating its 85th birthday this year the Japanese wooden furniture manufacturer Maruni has unveiled new beautiful addition to its Hiroshima series.
Balance is a wooden LED lamp that only illuminates when perfectly balanced. The will to use it must be stronger than the fear of disturbing the balance.
The former book editor and designer whose fascination with one material has gone to artistic extremes.
It feels good having a newcomer on the official ready-to-wear schedule, who doesn't dress to impress, but thinks, designs and produces locally.
If you're interested in Japanese lifestyle, furniture making, photography or even just family life, this is a publication for you.
What do you get when you mix fine art, still life photography with cutting edge print and fashion design?
Handmade, eco & animal friendly, craftsmanship, natural colors and no dyeing? Dutch Studio The Soft World claims it all.
‘A Colorful Winter’ is the perfect antidote to help us overcome the winter blues.
If you’ve got a thing for mid-century interiors, you’ll love Handcrafted Modern by Leslie Williamson.
In a huge Ebay auction, the Braun collection designed by famous designer Dieter Rams is for sale.
Why do we have so many shoes and so little glasses? Because good glasses are expensive and cheap glasses look rather cheap.
This magazine offers plant lovers a new look at greenery by featuring the works of many creative people who share love for plants.
When we think of contemporary fashion coming from Japan, we expect the extraordinary and nothing less.
Shifting landscapes in Sweden led Korean Young-Mi Kim to her impressive landscape Series.
Minimalistic bags, handcrafted and made of the finest leather. If you’re into luxury, you’ll love German label Tsatsas.
When Jody discovered she was allergic to perfume, she looked for solutions that would enable her to still wear a fragrance.
Why stage a big spectacle, when there are other more subtle ways to make it work.
is more than exotic colors and well-tended patterns on a fine quality sweater.
What they do, can be compared to offering: putting energy into transforming materials to create an object that will be destroyed.
Created by French designer Gaspard Tiné-Berès, which comes to life from nothing more than a shoelace and a single piece of natural wool felt.
Challenging yet conservative, Ek Thongprasert’s silicone jewelry line, follows one philosophical truth: preciousness is in the eye of the beholder.