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The Chicago-based furniture, lighting, and objects brand and design studio embraces its founders’ fascination with materiality, deep respect for craft as an integral aspect of design, and sense of obligation to participate in the shepherding of American making.
Get to know ICFF’s 2022 Designer of the Year: Stacy Shoemaker Rauen sits down with Kia Weatherspoon, president of Washington, DC-based Determined by Design.
ICFF + WantedDesign Manhattan’s Emerging Designers Showcase program helps emerging designers find a platform to connect with the industry and receive feedback on their work.
No more “Wish You Were Here” postcards needed! From swanky hotel bars, the glamping experiences dreams are made of, and hotel rooms where everything’s for sale, this round up spotlights a few of the world’s most Instagrammable hotel spaces.
From delicate chandeliers to modern shades, here are five companies lighting up spaces.
Bouclé, shearling, cashmere—tactile materials that beg to be touched can be found wrapping everything from seating to floor coverings and beds.
Conceived by a group of designers and developers who regularly escape the city for weekends Upstate, Inness realizes a respite from urban living that is rooted in nature and the camaraderie found in shared experience.
CapitaSpring, the biophilic skyscraper from Bjarke Ingels Group and Carlo Ratti Associati, is the latest addition to Singapore’s skyline. The integrated live, work, and play space houses more than just companies and individuals: the skyscraper is also home to tens of thousands of living plants.