We get schooled on the common misconception that designing for people with health challenges is the domain of specialists.
A group of Singapore-based designers explores the process of creation with the spirit of Alchemists.
A proposed design caters to those who love a touch of adventure with their drink
Maison&Objet Asia 2016, through its Rising Talents Award program, trains the spotlight on designers who work across disciplines.
This multi-purpose pavilion designed by architect Kengo Kuma stands on the grounds of The One Nanyuan, Taiwan.
Expect big changes at Maison&Objet Asia 2016 but number isn’t among them. When the show opens March 8, expect a renewed focus on quality.
Forced out of business by mass production, a family-owned bicycle-maker in Paris is back in the saddle again, this time creating hand-crafted bicycles as the on-trend luxury must-have.
The French goldsmith brings out a tasteful mixed-material glassware collection that challenges conventional thinking.
Back from the past and decked out in a brand new outfit, the Oscar statue cuts quite the figure this year.
The Japanese designer collaborates with the Finnish store to create highly distinctive home ware.
Swiss watchmaker Audemars Piguet reopens its boutique with a brand new look that aims to remind visitors of the manufacture at the Jura Mountains.
The Iraqi-British architect was approved personally by Queen Elizabeth II and becomes the first individual woman to be so honored.
The late designer will soon have not one but two museums featuring his life and work.
The famed shoemaker teases a collaboration with H&M, Topshop, if he can get his way that is…
Italian design house Seletti previews letter lights, Renaissance storage, murderous flowers (!) and intergalactic tableware.
A leading light of British design, Dixon presented two new ranges of home accessories at the interior design trade fair focused on iridescence and transparency.
We have not even cleared one month of 2016 but we already have a few designer-of-the-year options, courtesy of the legendary Maison & Objet show.
Chilean architect Alejandro Aravena has been selected as the Pritzker Architecture Prize Laureate for 2016.
By combining two plates together and featuring stylized Chinese characters, Twins Dish symbolizes abundant joyfulness and good luck.
Made of a special tin alloy, the X Chopsticks Rest is a set of double-purpose chopstick holders, created by the poetic souls of Taiwan’s Woo Collective.